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|16th August 2006, 10:00||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Pentium 4 dies in February 2007 - Net burst goes to heaven
WE NOTICED that Intel plans to finally get rid of the old Pentium 4 marchitecture and all that is based on it. It likes the facts that Pentium M and Conroe are great and wants to cut the old roots.
Intel Celeron D including 350, 345 and 310 will finish its life cycle as soon as September. You have some fifteen days to order one. The Celeron D 340, 330, 325, 320 and 315 will continue their existence until Q1 2007 and then will finally retire.
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