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Intel Broadwell chips are widely available until early 2015
Reportedly, Intel launched its first processors based on the architecture Broadwell although in the fourth quarter of this year, but only in limited numbers. Taiwanese companies expect broad availability until the first quarter of 2015.
Originally planned in the planning of Intel have been the production of the 14nm Broadwell chips, which the current Haswell processors must follow, starting in the first half of this year. Wide availability in the third quarter would follow. There was, however, delay, claims DigiTimes according to his sources at Taiwanese technology companies.
The first chips are now reportedly in the fourth quarter and for that matter-efficient models in the U-and Y-series for ultabooks, tablets and hybrids. The amounts would be limited. Only in the first quarter of 2015, following widespread availability and then also have the Pentiums and Celerons based on Broadwell follow. The delay should help Intel to hit. Stocks Haswell chips lost Perhaps there are still substantial stocks due to the decline in PC sales.
It is not the first report on the postponement of Broadwell and Intel itself has admitted that the proceeds of the production disappointing . For the desktop the first Broadwell models were the K models are unlocked multiplier. They come according to previous roadmaps also the end of 2014. It is unclear whether these models now also be inserted here. Early 2015Viewing:-183
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