Last I’d heard, Intel was hoping to phase out the Intel Atom 230 single core and Atom 330 dual core low power desktop chips in April. That didn’t quite happen, but now that Intel’s new Pine Trail Atom chips for low power desktops have been on the market for close to half a year, Fudzilla reports that the company plans to stop selling the Atom 230 and 330 processors by the end of this month.

Intel has largely replaced these first generation Atom chips with newer Intel Atom D410/425 single core chips and D510/D525 dual core processors. The newer D425 and D525 chips are some of the first Atom processors to support DDR3 memory and will likely remain on the market through at least the end of the year.

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