Intel 300-series chipsets go EOL in January 2022

Posted on Tuesday, Jan 05 2021 @ 14:08 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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Yesterday there were rumors about Intel 400 series shortages and now we hear the 300-series will reach the end of its lifecycle about one year from now. VideoCardz spotted a product notification from Intel that reveals the 300 series chipsets will be discontinued, with the last shipments set for January 28, 2022.
Intel has announced that the 300 chipset series will no longer be shipped starting from January 28 next year. The products based on 300 series, including Z390, Z370, H370, B360, H310, B365, H310D, and mobile QMS380 motherboards have officially entered the discontinuation period starting from yesterday.
The 500 series is expected to be announced this month, with product availability expected in March. The upcoming Rocket Lake-S desktop processors should also work in current 400-series motherboards after a BIOS update.

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