Mobile Celerons P4500 and P4505
On March 30th we posted a short story about Mobile Celeron P4500. Since then Intel launched another mobile Celeron processor - P4505. Similar to the P4500, the P4505 is a 32nm dual-core chip based on Arrandale core. The processor runs at 1.86 GHz, and has the same size of L2 and L3 caches as the P4500 - 2 x 256 KB and 2 MB respectively. The P4505, as well as P4500, are crippled even more than Core i3 Mobile CPUs - Turbo Boost and HyperThreading technologies are disabled, AES instructions are not supported, and the size of shared L3 cache is reduced. Both P4500 and P4505 are offered as embedded microprocessors. The main differences between them is that the P4505 has additional PCI express configuration options, and can work with ECC memory, while the P4500 cannot.
Sep 02: Bits and pieces: Mobile Celerons discontinued, Llano specifications
Mar 30: Dual-core Mobile Celeron P4500 is now available.
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