The company Intel has launched three programs at once to withdraw a number of processors, such as 65-nm, and patterns of the past 45-nm generation. The list of deaths hit 65-nm dual-core chips Core 2 Duo E6850, E6750, E6550, E6540, E4600, 45-nm models of Core 2 Duo E8200 and E8190, as well as 45-nm quad-core processor Core 2 Quad Q9450. E6000 series chips can be ordered until 6 March 2009. Deliveries of boxed product will be implemented until June 5 next year, a shipment of OEM-products will continue much until 7 May 2010. Orders for processors Core 2 Duo E8200/E8190 and Core 2 Quad Q9450 will be accepted until 6 March 2009. Sales of retail models will last until June 5th, 2009, and OEM-versions will be available until 7 May 2010. The desire to withdraw from the production data processors Intel explains the shifting demand toward more productive new models. Indeed, who would buy 2, 66-GHz Core 2 Quad Q9450, if for the same price the company offers Q9550 with a higher frequency of 2, 83 GHz. The situation is similar with other chips. For example, the 45-nm model Core 2 Duo E8500 (3, 16 GHz/6 MB L2/45 nm) looks much more attractive Core 2 Duo E6750 (2, 66 GHz/4 MB L2/65 nm) for the same price.