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Intel mainstream Skylake CPUs to hit retail shelves towards end of the month

Posted on Wednesday, September 16 2015 @ 10:11:48 CEST by


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Despite being launched a week or two ago, Intel's Skylake lineup is still largely missing in action in the retail market. It appears this is by design, the launch was more of a paperlaunch and Intel only intends to start sales to end-users on September 27th:
The family of mainstream “Skylake” processors for desktops will formally hit the markets in the U.S. and Europe on the 27th of September, reports CPU-World. Availability of such chips should be somewhat better than the current availability of unlocked microprocessors, but given the current shortages and pre-orders at retailers, it will take some time before all “Skylake” chips will be readily available at all times.




 



 

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