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Posted by on Jul 31, 2012 in Hardware News | 1 comment

Is what you were expecting? Intel launches four new Celeron CPU

Is what you were expecting? Intel launches four new Celeron CPU

keeps alive its low-end processor line, this time with the release of four new models for BGA Sockets and G2, intended for use in laptops, such as low-cost notebooks, showing two different TDP, 17W and 35W , corresponding to the last generation architecture Sandy Bridge.

Are the Celeron 807, 877, B730 and B820, with the top two performance show quite discreet but upgrading to the previous line of Celeron with a considerable drop in prices, which becomes 35% lower, seeking to disallow in the price range of alternatives humble AMD and ARM architecture chips coming to stay with that market.

The models are:

Model Nuclei Hyperthreading Frequency L3 Cache TDP Price
Celeron 807 1 2 1.5GHz 1.5MB 17W USD $70
Celeron 877 2 Not 1.4GHz 2MB 17W $86
B730 Celeron 1 2 1.8GHz 1.5MB 35W USD $70
B820 Celeron 2 Not 1.7GHz 2MB 35W $86

Link: Intel Celeron Mobile ships four new CPUs (Hexus)

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  1. Are the Celeron 807, 877, B730 and B820, with the top two performance show quite discreet but upgrading to the previous line of Celeron with a considerable drop in prices, which becomes 35% lower