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Old 04-12-19, 05:08 PM
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You know its bad when even NBD says so.
This is confusing to me because I dislike most things

I guess when it comes to marvel I don't, but that perception is slowly changing too(I thank Disney for that). So in that sense yeah you're right

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Old 06-12-19, 03:32 PM
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Intel cancels its previous 2015 discontinuation of 2013's 22nm Haswell Pentium G3420, almost certainly to make up for the current shortage in 14nm and 10nm parts:
https://www.tomshardware.com/news/in...tium-processor

[I know Intel claimed to have discontinued 22nm parts long ago, but I can say for a fact that these have continued to be sourced by and almost certainly still manufactured for OEMs in China for new builds throughout all of 14nm, when looking at it from the standard parts available in that market this doesn't seem like a real change in supply, just an expansion/declaration of something that's been going on for a while, as 22nm has been very obviously plugging a supply shortage in China since Broadwell].

{Of course, 14nm should have been cheaper than 22nm parts assuming 14nm's transition was as standard as Intel claimed, but the reality seemed to be that 22nm remained cheaper to manufacture for years after 14nm's launch due to 14's low yields}
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Old 06-12-19, 04:11 PM
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Intel cancels its previous 2015 discontinuation of 2013's 22nm Haswell Pentium G3420, almost certainly to make up for the current shortage in 14nm and 10nm parts:
https://www.tomshardware.com/news/in...tium-processor

[I know Intel claimed to have discontinued 22nm parts long ago, but I can say for a fact that these have continued to be sourced by and almost certainly still manufactured for OEMs in China for new builds throughout all of 14nm, when looking at it from the standard parts available in that market this doesn't seem like a real change in supply, just an expansion/declaration of something that's been going on for a while, as 22nm has been very obviously plugging a supply shortage in China since Broadwell].

{Of course, 14nm should have been cheaper than 22nm parts assuming 14nm's transition was as standard as Intel claimed, but the reality seemed to be that 22nm remained cheaper to manufacture for years after 14nm's launch due to 14's low yields}
Early 14nm was a bit of a disaster. There was a reason why we got Devil's Canyon instead of Broadwell on desktop. We never did get a i7-5770K. Thankfully things got a lot better with Skylake.

I agree with you that this is for cheap OEM systems to fill the low-end supply gap.
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