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No Hawell Pentiums?

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Was waiting for a Haswell equivalent of G2120 for new HTPC build. I've heard that Intel is not going to have Pentiums and Celerons up coming? Does anyone know? If there are not should I get a underclocked i3 or i5 or is it actually better to get the rare S or T series?
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Pentiums and celerons will be released later this year, right now they are releasing their i5 and i7's, i3's will be next followed by the celerons and then pentiums.
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As of a few months ago, Intel is still planning on releasing Pentium and Celeron Haswell chips, but it's going to come after Ivy Bridge gets a little refresh in the low end.
Edited by dr/owned - 6/4/13 at 11:38am
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