Intel has announced that it will wind down its desktop motherboard business over the next three years, and the company will stop making desktop motherboards for PCs at the end of the three years.
This is not of course the end of Intel based desktop motherboards as Intel will continue to supply 3rd party manufacturers, like Gigabyte, ASUS, ASRock and more, it just won’t make any motherboards itself after the three years.
Intel’s latest motherboards will be based on their Haswell platform, and once these are done there will be no more desktop computer motherboards from Intel, although they will continue to support the Haswell motherboards with warranties and also software support.
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