Wednesday, August 6th 2014

Intel to Discontinue Five More Ivy Bridge Processors

Intel's Ivy Bridge purge continues as the Santa Clara-based company announced its plans to retire five more chips based on the aging architecture, the Core i3-3110M, i3-3120M, i3-3130M, i3-3217U, i3-3227U. These mobile CPUs were released between Q2 2013 and Q1 2013 and are set to 'survive' until Q2 2015 as May 22nd is the last day of shipments. Intel is still taking orders for these processors but that will stop November 21st.
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bogami
Normally you would not buy a failed cut-out models processor If you do not Want really cheap PC. But in this case somehow AMD offers Better Packages between GPU and CPU capabilities, as well as price.
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