When it comes to Intel’s 14nm process, many players always have a 14nm come and go, but to talk about longevity, it’s no more than 22nm. Intel has announced the retirement of the Core i3-4330 and Pentium G3420 processors, which were released in 2013 and will be out of the market completely next year.
Haswell is Intel’s fourth-generation Core processor, a new architecture processor manufactured by 22nm, released in 2013, with a significant architectural change and a significant performance improvement over the previous IVB architecture, with Core i3-4330 being a 2-core 4 thread with a frequency of 3.5GHz, tDP 54W.
The Pentium G3420 processor is a 2-core 2 thread with a frequency of 3.2GHz and TDP 53W.
In fact, they were the last legacy of Haswell’s generation of processors, which were virtually retired as early as April 2015, but it wasn’t a week since Intel changed its mind, leaving both processors behind, but the use went from consumer to embedded to special-area products.
Now that they are officially out of service, they are officially retired on November 26, May 26, 2020 is the final order date, and December 3, 2020 is the final shipment, in other words, they have a year to live.
The Haswell processor lived for seven years from 2013 to the end of 2020, probably the longest-lived processor in the Core processor.