The tenth-generation Intel Core processors introduced in the second quarter of 2020 have already become obsolete, so in anticipation of the arrival of thirteenth-generation (Raptor Lake) processors on the market, the company decided to clean up its desktop solutions range just by the price of tenth-generation models.They can be ordered until April next year, and the last batch will be shipped in late October.Image source: IntelThe company's notice about the cessation of supplies traditionally mentions the reason - \"demand has shifted towards other Intel products\".The list of models falling under the program is quite extensive, including Core i9, Core i7 and Core i5 series processors, as well as the Xeon W-12xx platform models for entry-level workstations.Some Core i9, Core i7, Core i5 and Xeon W models with \"E\" and \"TE\" in the designation are moved to the embedded solutions segment, and therefore will be available for several years.In general, customers can place an order for the specified categories of desktop Comet Lake processors until April 28, 2023, and the last batch will be shipped on October 27 of the same year.Boxed versions and tray variants have the same availability dates.As a rule, processors from discontinued models can be found on sale several years after the discontinuation of shipments.
The rumors were partially justified: AMD continues to produce Radeon RX 5000, and Polaris is removed from production.
At the end of last week, a Chinese website reported AMD's intention to stop supplying Radeon RX 5000 graphics processors in the near future. It was expected that this measure will free the TSMC conveyor for Radeon RX 6000 graphics cards. The alarm turned out to be false, and this year shipments of Radeon RX 5000 series graphics cards will continue.
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The site MyDrivers the day before said that graphics cards Radeon RX 590, Radeon RX 580 and other representatives of the family Polaris has long been withdrawn from production, and soon the same fate will befall the family Radeon RX 5000 in its entirety. Only Radeon RX 5600 XT will be given the opportunity to stay on the shelves a little longer & ; obviously, until the successor to the family Radeon RX 6000. Chinese sources claimed that the supply of Radeon RX 5000 will be rolled up even before the Radeon RX 6000 have time to saturate the market, so the consequences of such changes could be quite painful. Fortunately, we were able to refute this information through our own channels. If the supplies of the Radeon RX 5000 family of GPUs will begin to be phased out, it will be next year, not this year. As for the Polaris generation, their shipments have indeed stopped, and this can already be felt in the reduction of offers in stores. While the new family of gaming graphics cards with RDNA 2 architecture on the bottom side of the price range is limited to Radeon RX 6800 ($579), and therefore the whole family of Radeon RX 5000 still has a chance to form a model range of products AMD for a long time.
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