Intel stops production of a number of Tiger Lake processors
INTEL STOPS PRODUCTION OF A NUMBER OF TIGER LAKE PROCESSORS
Intel has warned partners about the change in the product line of Tiger Lake (11th generation) processors. Some of the models the American technology giant has decided to retire.
According to the text of the sent notification, on June 30, orders for mobile processors Core i5-11260H, Core i5-11400H, Core i7-11800H, Core i9-11900H, Core i9-11600H and desktop Core i9-11900KB, Core i7-11700B, Core i5-11500B, Core i3-11100B. On the last day of June, the above models will be marked with the abbreviation EOL (End of Life). This means that Intel will no longer accept orders for their production. All existing supply obligations, according to the manufacturer’s representatives, will be fulfilled by January 26, 2024.
This decision suggests that Intel plans to say goodbye to the line of 11th generation processors. A few months ago, production of the Rocket Lake CPU was completely discontinued, and now the Tiger Lake family is waiting for this to take into account. According to the journalists of the publication Tom’s Hardware, the end of the line will come this year.