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  • Once again, we have more information for you about Intel's future plans. Intel has made some drastic changes to their low-end plans since we last updated the roadmap. We have some explanations on what's going on and why. Here today, we are going to bring you an update of our Intel Desktop Roadmap for Consumer and Business CPUs.

    This roadmap shows what we believe Intel's future plans to be for their desktop CPUs and chipsets. We compiled this roadmap after speaking with multiple sources close to Intel. We then compared our sources' information and filtered it through our own knowledge to bring you this roadmap. This information is not from Intel nor is it solid fact. This is all from analysis of information from other sources.

    This article is an addition to the previous roadmap, not a complete replacement. If this article contradicts the previous roadmap, then this article is the one to believe. If this article does not contradict the older one, then the older one is still current. You can see our previous roadmap here.

    And remember as you read, plans change. Changing market conditions require Intel to adapt. These are what we believe to be Intel's current plans. We will start with what we see are major trends in Intel's roadmap, then we will move on to give specifics about each of Intel's desktop market segments.




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