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Old 06-12-19, 03:57 PM
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Intel cancels discontinuance of a 22nm processor from 2013 amid supply issues

This processor was discontinued... and now it's alive once again.



Read more about Intel reviving 2013's 22nm Pentium G3420 processor.

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Old 06-12-19, 04:07 PM
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wow they really are in trouble
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you know you're in trouble when the only thing you have to offer is old tech.
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The more disturbing thing is that there is actually still DEMAND for that old tech. I find that much more troubling.
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The more disturbing thing is that there is actually still DEMAND for that old tech. I find that much more troubling.
That and some OEMs would buy that over the new Zen-based Athlons
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That and some OEMs would buy that over the new Zen-based Athlons
I think I get it though. When OEMs sign these contracts they last years, so that stuff doesn't 'flip' as often as it probably should.
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Like Nvidia Intel have enormous OEM contracts.

What willy in their right mind would buy one of these though? Gawd only knows.

I find it funny that Intel closed down loads of their plants and fired of their employees only to now have big supply issues. I guess it's Karma.

Years ago I compared the situation to the hare and the tortoise.

God I got it spot on. I'm sure they'll survive. Sure the CEOs kids will have to settle for a town instead of a private island but I'm sure they won't starve /roll eyes.

I just hope AMD can keep it up and have a solid plan. Hopefully this time they can keep it up long enough to get a good foot hold on the market and take more business away from Intel.
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Like Nvidia Intel have enormous OEM contracts.

What willy in their right mind would buy one of these though? Gawd only knows.

I find it funny that Intel closed down loads of their plants and fired of their employees only to now have big supply issues. I guess it's Karma.

Years ago I compared the situation to the hare and the tortoise.

God I got it spot on. I'm sure they'll survive. Sure the CEOs kids will have to settle for a town instead of a private island but I'm sure they won't starve /roll eyes.

I just hope AMD can keep it up and have a solid plan. Hopefully this time they can keep it up long enough to get a good foot hold on the market and take more business away from Intel.
Main stream users unaware of the node, fooled by Intel branding with a modern sku
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Intel is now here.....

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