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|5th December 2004, 16:35||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Intel cans Pentium II
It's amazing to see these things are still around, but this week Intel told its customers that it is to formally discontinue production of the Pentium II at 266, 333, 366 and 466MHz.
Fortunately for fans of the old processor family, its end is a long way off. Documentation seen by The Register reveals that you'll be able to continue ordering the part for a year, with the last trays leaving the chip giant's Pentium II warehouse on 1 June 2006.
|6th December 2004, 18:04||#2|
Join Date: Mar 2004
If it takes Intel over 6 years to finally stop making PII, what makes me think they will stop making P4 Northwood C next year.
90nm will decrease cost; only if they are selling. Intel sells every Northwood they could produce.
"The less one knows; the longer one lives"
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