Tuesday, February 4th 2014

Intel To Retire Some Bay Trail and Ivy Bridge Processors

Intel Corp. has kicked off February by informing partners (and anyone interested) about the discontinuance schedule of nine products including two Ivy Bridge mobile processors - the Core i7-3840QM (2.8 GHz) and i7-3740QM (2.7 GHz), and seven Bay Trail-based SoCs - the Pentium N3510 (2.0 GHz) and J2850 (2.41 GHz) and the Celeron N2910 (1.6 GHz), N2810 (2.0 GHz), N2805 (1.46 GHz), J1850 (2.0 GHz) and J1750 (2.41 GHz).

The Pentium N3510, J2850 and Celeron N2910 are the first to go as they will only be available for orders until February 21st and will continue shipping until April 25th. The rest are set to survive quite a bit longer, their last order date being August 22nd, while shipments won't end until February 6th, 2015.
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4 Comments on Intel To Retire Some Bay Trail and Ivy Bridge Processors

#1
zsolt_93
Weren't bay trail these chips barely released? Never really seen them in the wild yet apart from Atoms.
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ZetZet
by: zsolt_93
Weren't bay trail these chips barely released? Never really seen them in the wild yet apart from Atoms.
I guess they weren't good enough for anything. Too weak for laptop, too power hungry for tablets.
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Fourstaff
by: zsolt_93
Weren't bay trail these chips barely released? Never really seen them in the wild yet apart from Atoms.
Probably updates to the node which changed the yield patterns.
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RejZoR
Newly released wasthe Intel Atom Z3770, mostly used in Windows 8.1 tablets.
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