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Q: Can I upgrade my Pentium G2130 processor?
A: Probably yes. CPU compatibility is determined by your motherboard. Please see CPU-Upgrade.com website for CPU support list for your board.
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Intel launches budget desktop CPUs
Jan 20, 2013
: Intel Ivy Bridge microarchitecture was available for almost 9 months
now, but so far only Core branded families have been transitioned to
the new microarchitecture. Up to now, all desktop Celerons were
based on older Sandy Bridge architecture, and desktop Pentium lineup
had a mix of Ivy Bridge and Sandy Bridge CPUs. Today Intel added seven
new SKUs to Celeron and Pentium families. Celeron family was updated
with G1610, G1610T and G1620, that succeeded G400 and G500 series
New Mobile Celeron processors to launch in Q1 2013
Dec 02, 2012
: Next microarchitecture from Intel, codenamed Haswell, will be launched
in the second quarter 2013, but before then the company will refresh
existing desktop and mobile lineups, releasing more than a dozen of
new models. We previously reported on new Celeron and Pentium desktop
CPUs, as well as mobile Core i5 and i7 processors, coming next
quarter. According to Digitimes, Intel will also launch a few mobile
Celeron microprocessors from 1000-series.
Future Celeron and Pentium CPUs surface on Biostar's website
Nov 23, 2012
: We previously reported that Intel plans to complete transition to
Ivy Bridge microarchitecture in Q1 2013 by releasing new Celeron and
Pentium desktop microprocessors. Overall, the company will launch 7
SKUs, including G1610T and G2020T low-power models. Characteristics of these
products are already known, and some of them were even spotted in
specifications of Dell desktop PCs. Now the CPUs has surfaced in CPU
support lists on the Biostar website.
New Ivy Bridge Pentiums to launch in Q1 2013
Oct 11, 2012
: Last month Intel released first Pentium processors with Ivy Bridge
core, including G2120 mainstream part with 55 Watt TDP, and ultra
low-power G2100T. As a result, current "Legacy" segment of the
mainstream desktop market, targeted by Pentium line, contains G2120,
and two Sandy Bridge CPUs, G870 and G645.
According to Fudzilla,
Intel will launch two more Ivy Bridge Pentiums in the first quarter
2013, completely phasing out Sandy Bridge parts.