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Posted by on Sep 26, 2012 in Hardware News |

Intel discontinues its Core i5-3450 CPU “Ivy Bridge-DT”

On April 23 of this year launched its third generation Core microprocessors based on the micro-architecture Ivy Bridge , core i7 microprocessors being Core i5 and the first to be introduced, being followed by the Core i3 and Pentium based on Ivy Bridge -DT on September 3 .

From Computerbase report that although only been five months since the release of the Core i5 microprocessors third generation Intel just discontinue the Core i5-3450 quad-core running at 3.1GHz (3.5GHz in Turbo mode), decision makes this the first Ivy Bridge discontinued and one of the Intel CPU with shorter existence surpassing other discontinued formerly CPUs: Atom D2700 ( discontinued at seven months ) and Core i5-2550K ( discontinued after six months its release ).

Intel offers a wide variety of microprocessors in the same price range of Core i5-3450, such as the Core i5-3470, the price is the same but offers a higher operating frequency 100MHz.

Link: Intel stellt ersten “Ivy Bridge” schon wieder ein (Computerbase)

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