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Intel Responds To Lunar Lake CPU Delay Rumors


DigiTimes Asia is a site that frequently shares semiconductor scuttlebutt and anonymously-sourced industry leaks. The site posted up one such story back on Thursday, alleging that Intel's hotly-anticipated Lunar Lake processors have been delayed. Intel, for its part, has responded today in the form of a confirmation to Digital Trends that the chips are in fact on schedule. So who's telling the truth?

The fact of the matter is that both stories can be true: Intel's new chips can be both delayed and yet still on schedule. If you're confused, let us explain. DigiTimes says that Intel's Lunar Lake processors are "said to be delayed, with shipments beginning in September instead of June as originally planned." Meanwhile, Intel reaffirms that the parts will be available "starting in Q3 2024, as noted at Computex."

If you're a clever sort, you'll have already figured out ...


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