Thursday, April 19th 2012

Intel Prepares to Phase Out Six Entry-Level CPUs

Intel is preparing to phase out six entry-level mobile processor models across its Core i3, Pentium, and Celeron brands. The phase-out is part of Intel's natural product development cycle, as scores of new processor models will be introduced this year. Intel announced the phase-out of the following six models in its latest product change notification: Celeron P4600 (PGA988, 2.00 GHz); Pentium P6100, P6200, P6300 (2.00, 2.13, 2.20 GHz, respectively); Core i3-370M, i3-390M (2.13, 2.20 GHz, respectively).

The PCN mentions that customers can continue to place orders for these chips with the option to cancel orders, till 10/16/2012, beyond which orders can't be cancelled, the last shipments of these chips will be out in 2013.Source: VR-Zone
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2 Comments on Intel Prepares to Phase Out Six Entry-Level CPUs

#1
shiny_red_cobra
The "Pentium" name should have been retired long ago. It just reminds me of 100MHz processors every time I hear it.
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brandonwh64
Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!
I have a celeron G440 and for a single core, It performs like a 45NM Core2Duo or a higher end AMD 65NM Brisbane! I was very surprised on how well the SB die really is in terms of just raw core performance.
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