Intel discontinues 9th Gen Core Core-X Series ‘Skylake-X’

Published: 14th Jul 2020, 10:37 GMT   Comments

Intel Skylake-X reaches the end of life

Product Change Notification has been issued for the Core-X series based on Skylake-X architecture. The company has announced product discontinuation, meaning that the processors will gradually be phased out. The announcement of the discontinuation is just the first step in a lengthy process.

Starting from January 22, 2021, Intel will no longer take orders for these processors. Orders from distributors and retailers will be non-cancelable and non-returnable after the same date. This does not affect consumers who are protected by applicable laws in their countries. The last shipment of Skylake-X processor is expected a year from now, on July 9, 2021.

The PCN will affect all Skylake-X processors based on LGA2066 socket and Xeon W-2000 series workstation processors based on the same socket.

Intel Skylake-X discontinuation milestones

Intel Skylake-X discontinuation – affected SKUs

Source: Intel (PDF) via TechPowerUP, ComputerBase




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