Intel discontinues low-power 11th Gen Core “Tiger Lake” series

Published: Jun 7th 2023, 07:56 GMT   Comments

Intel has started the discontinuance program for its Tiger Lake CPUs

The company pulled the plug on its Tiger Lake processors. 

This is the beginning of the end for the 11th Gen Core series. Intel has decided to start the discontinuance process of its Tiger Lake chips on June 5th, and it will take about a year for these processors to completely disappear from the market.

As a reminder, Tiger Lake was one of the 10nm SuperFin products, and it was designed for low-power and gaming laptops. Today’s EOL issue will affect the low-power variants, or so called U-series as well as some Tiger Lake-H35 chips featuring up to four cores. To add to this, Intel is also discontinuing their chipsets for these processors, namely RM590E, HM570E and QM580E.

Worth reminding that Intel has already started the EOL process for its 11th Gen Core “Rocket Lake” CPUs for desktops, as well as high-end gaming Tiger Lake-H series in April.

As noted by Tom’s Hardware, those CPUs are still used by some products in Mini-PCs or motherboards with embedded CPUs. However, none of such products featured a new Tiger Lake CPU and there is no doubt that we won’t see any new SKUs based on this architecture.

Source: Intel

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