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Posted by on Nov 27, 2012 in Hardware News |

Intel plans to discontinue the first Ivy Bridge processor early 2013

Intel plans to discontinue the first Ivy Bridge processor early 2013

The current generation of microprocessors takes very little time in the market, however, is already talking about not only his successor Haswell, but even that will come later in 2014, called Broadwell . Because it seems that the company wants to kill this generation fast, so hurry to well and also gave him a maturity date of the first products Ivy Bridge, which came to light today.

Because the first warning appeared (PDN) for the Core i5 3450, scheduled for later this year 2012 and always comes about two months before Intel applies kills official document, called (EOL ). So summing, we find that probably in February or March 2013 Core i5 3450 will better life.

With this, the chip will hopefully be reached one year in the market, if not less, while on the other hand, other modelso also affected by the NDP today, although last generation Sandy Bridge: 2600S, 2500, 2500S, 2500T, 2400S, 2310, 2320 and 2405P, which also no longer sold in early 2013.

Link: First Ivy Bridge to die in Q2 2013 (Fudzilla)

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