Intel is fighting for the higher availability of its processors

The 9th generation of Intel Core processors has not yet debuted on our home market… and all in all good. I do not want to regularly write again about how low supply of Intel Core is on the market. However, the company does not give up and the latest information shows that Intel is fighting for higher availability of its processors.

He hopes for the proverbial “better tomorrow” in Vietnam and Ireland, and more precisely in their factories. The production facilities in Vietnam are now to focus on additional “testing and finishing” assistance for products, ending with retail packaging. It boils down to working more closely with the largest factory in Malaysia, which also does the job, but will share it from now on. How nice. According to the source, there are mainly three new Intel processors at stake. I am talking about a representative of the 9th generation Intel Core, i.e. i9-9900K, i7-9700K and i5-9600K.

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Irish The Independent also revealed that a cash injection is also preparing for the production plant in Leixlip. This will receive part of the one billion dollars that Intel spent even earlier on the production of processors using the 14nm ++ process. In addition, the local Fab 24 can be expanded in the near future, providing another 4,000 jobs. However, the project may even evolve to another factory.

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Source: TechPowerUp
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