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Q: I have an Intel B815 CPU. Is it possible to upgrade it?
A: Probably yes. Processor compatibility is determined by your motherboard. Please see CPU-Upgrade.com resource for CPU support list for your board.
Celeron B815 Overclocking
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Related news stories
Intel launches 8 mobile CPUs
Jan 19, 2012
: In the past two months we published several stories, detailing
Core i5-2450M, Core i3-2370M and B970 Sandy Bridge CPUs, spotted ahead
of launch in specifications of Dell and Hewlett Packard notebooks. We
also reported on a few mobile Celerons, that were going to replace
older models, released in the middle of last year. Yesterday Intel added
specifications of new processors to the ARK product database, and all
CPUs now have status as launched in the first quarter 2012. The
company also posted details on previously unheard-of Pentium 977.
Intel Pentium B970 CPU sighted
Dec 04, 2011
: Before the launch of Ivy Bridge mobile microprocessors in April
2012, Intel is going to launch several new budget and mid-class models
based on almost year-old Sandy Bridge microarchitecture. Mobile
Celeron family will be updated with 2 new mainstream and 2
ultra-low-voltage CPUs. It was previously reported that they will be
available in the 1st quarter 2012. We recently learned that
the Celerons will be released on December 11 . Also in the near
future, Intel will offer new Core i3-2370M and i5-2450M SKUs.
According to Technical
specifications of HP Pavilion dv6 Notebook (PDF file), these two
parts may also be launched on December 11. The HP document also
revealed new Pentium processor B970.
Intel Celeron B815 to ship in Dell Vostro 1550
Nov 07, 2011
: Last month Fudzilla news site revealed details and prices of 4
Celeron processors, planned for the first quarter 2011. Forthcoming
microprocessors are single-core 797 and B720, and dual-core 867 and B815.
Celeron B720 and B815 are mainstream parts, and 797 and 867 are
ultra-low voltage chips for thin and light notebooks. Although we're
still a quarter away from the launch of these models, one of them,
Celeron B815, already
appeared in specifications of Dell Vostro 1550 notebook on
Japanese Dell website.
Intel prepares mobile Celeron B720 and B815 CPUs
Oct 05, 2011
: Intel mobile Celeron family is currently comprised of several
mainstream microprocessors. The first Sandy Bridge Celeron with
processor number B810 was launched in March 2011, and it was followed
by B800 and single-core B710 products in June. The last
model, B840, was introduced last month.
According to Fudzilla, Intel plans to replace two of these chips, B710 and
B810, with B720 and B815 Celerons in the first quarter 2012.