Intel Core 2 Q9000, Q9100, X9100 and QX 9300 leave the scene in 2011

Sunday, September 12, 2010

There are reports that Intel is going in the next year to stop production of four of its mobile processors, made in compliance with rules of 45 nm technology. These distributed resource TCMagazine, it is not clear whether they are authentic. The source reports that in 2011 the market will leave such chips as Intel Core 2 Quad Q9000 (2 GHz) and Q9100 (2,26 GHz) and Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9300 (2,53 GHz) and X9100 ( 3,06 GHz).

The reason it was decided to discontinue these 45 nm processors, is a shift to more "slim" 32-nm process technology. At the same time, care of the Intel Core 2 Quad and Extreme will gradually: the chip will be available for order until March 25, 2011, and the last date of delivery tray version - 30 September next year, that is, almost a year, computer manufacturers will be able to get them. At the same time, the boxed version will be available until they are gone from the manufacturer.