Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Many Intel LGA 1156 reach the end of life

Are 20 processors that Intel dismetterà before the second half of 2011 as they have reached the stage of the market referred to as EOL (end of life). This means that the chipmaker will not take more orders for them from its OEM partners and channel and stop the production. The warranty period but continues to be maintained in compliance with company policies.

The models in the list that are of greater attention are the Core i7-970 and LGA 1366 Core i7-880, Core i7-875K, 870S-Core i7, i5-760, 750S-i5, i5-655K, LGA-530 Core i3 1156. The latter witness again how the LGA 1156 has been only one transition for Intel platform, likely to be considered among those with the shorter life of the desktop motherboard market.

The other processors that reach the EOL phase are most of those still on the market LGA775 package. In particular, we find models Core 2 Quad Q9650, Q9550/Q9550S, Q9500, Q8400/Q8400S, Q8300 and Core 2 Duo E8600, E8500. Intel has also "used the trademark" PDN (Product discontinuation notification) on all other models 775 to indicate that the last survivors of this family are now to reach the EOL phase.

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