With Intel's announcement this week that they want to release a new generation of high-end desktop processors (HEDT) this fall in the fall, the company has also begun to work on their plans to settle the previous generation of HEDT processors. Revived this week in a product change announcement on Intel's website, the company will soon run production and shipment of their 7 th Gen Core "Skylake-X" processors with the latest chips being shipped next spring.  Intel's Skylake-X processors were first launched nearly two years ago, like the Core i7 / i9 7800X and 7900X series of parts. Intel's first HEDT design based on their Skylake CPU architecture, the chips came in configurations ranging from a 6-core processor to a May 1
Now, Intel will execute this phasing out officer, who will start later this year. According to the PCN, Intel's customers must make final orders for these CPUs by December 27, 2019. Intel will resubmit their final order by June 5, 2020.
By mid-2020 Intel should already be good in the middle of the shipment of their future Core X series family of parts, never remember the soon-to-dated 9 th Gen Core parts. So this week's note to customers is consistent with Intel's normal production plans; The company generally prefers to produce only a few generations of HEDT parts at once.