Intel has decided to stop the production of some of its processors



Intel, which is experiencing difficulties in the desktop processor market, to its superiority in the portable market continues. 11. generation H series Performance of Intel processors, Ryzen 5000 series is ahead of portable processors. The main reason for this is processors. 10 nm SuperFin from production being passed. For this reason, Intel 10. generation U-series processors has decided to stop production.

14 nm in production Intel, which has been stuck for many years, is completely in mobile. 10 nm SuperFin production passed. 11th generation processors are both more efficient and do better in terms of temperature.

Intel has decided to stop production for 10th generation U-series processors

According to Intel’s Quality Document Management System, the company has decided that some processor series decision to stop production got it. In the middle of these 10. generation Ice Lake-U, Comet Lake-U

(mtag101705) and Lakefield series are included. 14 nm lithography

The production of these processors with has stopped as of today.

In the middle of discontinued Intel U-series processors i5-10210U, i7-10710U, i7-10810U, i5-1035G1

There are also recognized models such as and i7 1065G7. In addition to all this, Lakefield series has also come to the end of the road. Intel’s hybrid technology

Lakefield, the first processor series to support , i5-L16G7

(mtag101705) and i3-L13G4 has two different models. According to his opinion, Alder Lake

Until the series is released, Intel processors with hybrid technology will not be produced.

Intel, the more advanced of the series that it has already stopped production, To Tiger Lake-U series owned. These processors are like the H series. 10nm SuperFin is undergoing production.

Intel will completely To the Alder Lake series will focus. Hybrid design

These processors with in both single and multi core will house a huge performance boost. Also, thanks to the hybrid design longer battery life will also be waiting for users.


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