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intel micro processor quick reference
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Learn all the significant processor evolution facts, including introduction date, ratings and number of transistors. Click on the year below to view facts on each processor by date, or scroll down the page to see them all. For an informative overview of IntelĀ® processor history, view "The Evolution of a Revolution." (PDF 2.9MB - this file is for historical reference only and is not kept updated beyond 2008)

This page is for historical reference only. For products introduced after December 2008, please refer to