Intel discontinues its Core i5-3450 CPU “Ivy Bridge-DT”
On April 23 of this year intel 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 CPU just discontinue the Core i5-3450 quad-core running at 3.1GHz (3.5GHz in Turbo mode), decision microprocessor 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)Tags: core, CPU, discontinued, EOL, i5-3450, intel, ivy bridge-dt, lga 1155, microprocessor, processor