Intel Mobile Celeron B710 - FF8062701078501 / FF8062701084201
Intel Mobile Celeron B710 is one of the first single-core microprocessors, built on Sandy Bridge microarchitecture. This budget Celeron was launched in June 2011, priced at $70 in 1K tray quantities. Intel B710 operates at 1.6 GHz, and utilizes three-level cache architecture, where the CPU core has 64 KB first level, 256 KB second level, and 1 MB third level caches. The L3 cache is also shared with integrated graphics processing unit (GPU). The GPU is clocked at 650 MHz, and can go as high as 1 GHz in Turbo mode. For system memory access, this Celeron uses embedded dual-channel memory controller, that supports DDR3 memory with data rates up to 1333 MHz. Two other components on the B710 chip are PCI Express 2.0 interface, and Direct Media Interface, used to communicate with South Bridge chip and all peripheral devices.
Intel Celeron B710 is an entry-level model, and, as such, it lacks many Sandy Bridge features, reserved for more expensive Core i3/i5/i7 brands. This microprocessor includes Intel 64 and SSE extensions up to SSE3, but doesn't have AES or 256-bit AVX instructions. The B710 includes VT-x virtualization, but not HyperThreading, Turbo Boost or VPro technologies. Integrated HD-capable GPU also lacks several features, such as 3D acceleration, Quick Sync, Clear Video HD and InTru 3D.
Low-power features on the Celeron B710 are not different from those in Sandy Bridge Pentium and Core microprocessors. Several low-power states on this CPU are used to reduce power consumption when the CPU is idle. Intel B710 also features Enhanced SpeedStep technology, that slows down the processor, and lowers its core voltage with the goal of saving battery power while keeping the CPU operational. Thermal Design Power of the Intel B710 is 35 Watt, and that number includes power dissipated by the core, integrated graphics and other chip components.
The Celeron B710 processor is produced in micro-PGA package,
which is compatible with socket G2. The processor can be upgraded to
faster dual-core Celerons, and it's likely that it can be upgraded to
even faster socket G2 CPUs. Mobile Pentiums have 2 cores, slightly
higher core frequency, and 50% larger size of L3 cache than the B710.
Core i3s add Hyper-Threading technology and new AVX instructions, and
have even higher clock speeds. Core i5s and i7s have additional
Turbo Boost and Vpro technologies on top of all Core i3 features.
Intel Celeron B710 specifications
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Q: Can I upgrade my Intel Celeron B710 processor?
A: Probably yes. CPU compatibility is determined by your motherboard. Please see CPU-Upgrade.com resource for CPU support list for your board.
Intel B710 Overclocking
Sorry, overclocking information is not available at this time.
Intel to retire Sandy Bridge mobile processors
Jan 15, 2013: Intel plans to discontinue a handful of Sandy Bridge microprocessors, including Core i5, i7 and Celeron ultra low voltage models, and quad-core Core i7 microprocessors. The processors will be end-of-lifed in the middle of this year, after the company completes transition to ivy Bridge microarchitecture and releases first Haswell mobile CPUs. Model numbers of affected processors were published today in two Product Change Notifications (PCNs).
Intel Celeron B710 and 827E CPUs are released
Jul 21, 2011: Earlier this week, Intel ARK database was updated with specifications of Celeron B710 and 827E processors, that show "launched" status for both models. We previously reported on these CPUs, and published their preliminary specs, as well as expected third quarter launch date. Both SKUs are single-core models with stripped-down version of integrated HD graphics controller.
Intel mobile CPUs to launch in June 2011
Jun 16, 2011: In the past few months, we published several stories detailing soon to be released Sandy Bridge mobile microprocessors. The stories referred to budget Celeron and Pentium CPUs, mainstream Core-branded processors for mid-class laptops, and ultra low voltage (ULV) 2nd generation Core chips for thin and light notebooks. Using notebook product availability dates, our sources, and information, previously disclosed by Fudzilla, we came up with a list of processors that will be launched this month. The list includes ULV Celeron 847, embedded Celeron 847E and B810E, Pentium B940, embedded Core i3-2330E and i3-2340UE, and ULV Core i5-2557M, i7-2637M and i7-2677M.
Intel Celeron B710 and B800 CPUs in Q3 2011
Jun 10, 2011: In March 2011, Intel introduced the first, and so far the only one, mobile Celeron processor with Sandy Bridge core. From previously published stories you may know that there are four other planned Celeron microprocessors, ultra-low power 847, and three embedded models, 827E, 847E and B810E. According to roadmap documents we've seen, there will be two additional consumer class Celeron SKUs, B710 and B810, available in the third quarter 2011.
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