Intel Celeron sticker on a laptop.

Intel Bids Farewell to Gemini Lake Refresh Processors

In keeping with this two (opens in new tab) new (opens in new tab) Product Change Notifications (PCNs), Intel has discontinued the corporate’s Gemini Lake Refresh (GLK-R) processors. Launched in 2019, 14nm Pentium and Celeron-branded chips had been generally present in entry-level and ultra-low-power desktops, laptops, mini PCs, and AIOs.

The unique Gemini Lake (GLK) sequence debuted in 2017, leveraging Intel’s Goldmont Plus microarchitecture. The 14nm low-power chips spanning as much as 4 cores with out Hyper-Threading had been a direct alternative for the chipmaker’s Apollo Lake processors on the time. Nevertheless, given the prevalence of Gemini Lake in budget-oriented gadgets, Intel refreshed its lineup in 2019 with reasonably improved clock speeds on 10W and 6W processors.

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