Intel is bringing again a 22nm Haswell-era Pentium CPU for some cause

Unusual factors are occurring in Santa Clara, the place Intel is headquartered. Whereas we’re all ready for the chipmaker to launch a sequence of desktop processors primarily based on its 10-nanometer manufacturing, because of it’s already achieved for laptops (Ice Lake), we’re getting a six-year outdated CPU to tide us over.

For some odd motive, Intel is resurrecting the Pentium G3420 primarily based on its as shortly as formidable (nonetheless now outdated) 22nm Haswell development. Intel had beforehand discontinued this half, nonetheless is now pulling it out of the grave and plopping it on its roadmap.

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