Late last year, the Japanese sources stirred up public hearings, which promised discontinue removable Intel processors in the first half of 2014, with the release of the 14-nm processor generation Broadwell. With the introduction of the LGA socket Broadwell had to go back in time, and the vast number of processors would get soldered connector BGA. In practice, this would lead to the elimination of the very possibility of upgrading the system by replacing the CPU or the motherboard, but this is an attack on freedom of choice.
After all, motherboard manufacturers agreed that Intel unreasonable discontinue processors in LGA-year package so up to 2016 may be heard in the company of good wishes card manufacturers. In any case, at the end of last week, it was reported that Intel introduced trusted clients with updated plans in which the CPU socket LGA saved until the first half of 2015. According to sources, in 2015 the LGA-pack will be released up to 95% of desktop processors.
LGA socket is not needed in the case of candy bars, tablets and ultra-thin notebooks, where he was replaced by a painless connector BGA, but the desktop while its absence is seen with skepticism. What is the CPU socket, after 2015, is not specified, and it is unlikely now, one can say with a high degree of certainty.