Speed up the 65nm transition: Intel to discontinue 19 processors
Written by Gizmo   
Saturday, 19 August 2006 11:35

Read the full story at HKEPC:

"Source from manufacturers tipped that Intel is going to discontinue 19 Desktop processors, which are manufacturing in 90nm process, in the second half of the year. They included Pentium XE, Pentium D, Pentium 4 and Celeron D. The whole Desktop processor product line would get only 3 90nm models left, 65nm the rest.

Actually, there are 3 models in 90 nm process have been announced to be cut for the value market, which are Celeron D 310/345/350 and the deadline for order is set at mid-Sept. The termination continues in Q4, where all 90nm models (Celeron D 315/320/325/330/335/340) for the value market are discontinued. The deadline of order is scheduled in 2007 Q1, and the whole Celeron family is shifted to 65nm manufacturing process after on."

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