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It seemed that it couldn’t be any worse, but ... Intel is putting back into operation a processor that was discontinued in 2015

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This is a 22nm Pentium G3420

Intel solutions have recently become more and more strange. It is clear that they are not accepted from a good life, but because of a total lack of processors, but the return to operation of a six-year processor, which was discontinued in 2015, is strong.
It seemed that it couldn’t be any worse, but ... Intel is putting back into operation a processor that was discontinued in 2015


It's about the Pentium G3420. As it turned out, the company cancelled the previously published Product Change Notification (PCN), which said it was taking the CPU out of production “ due to new solutions on the roadmap and re-offering the product in the long term .”

It seemed that it couldn’t be any worse, but ... Intel is putting back into operation a processor that was discontinued in 2015

Pentium G3420, recall, is a dual-core CPU without multithreading support, performed according to the 22 nm process technology! And this is while AMD flooded the market with 7-nanometer CPUs, and TSMC next year begins mass production of 5-nanometer processors with the prospect of switching to 3 nm a year ahead of schedule (that is, in 2022)!

The Pentium G3420 is compatible with motherboards with the LGA 1150 socket, operates at a frequency of 3.2 GHz and is characterized by a TDP of 53 W. Judging by the fact that such an old CPU is completely unnecessary for private users, it is obviously intended for large PC builders. It will be possible to order a “novelty” until May 26, 2020, and orders will be executed until December 3, 2020! That is, by the time AMD already has 5-nanometer processors, Intel will still ship 22-nanometer ...

Intel has not yet commented on its well, very strange decision.

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