Intel releases single-core Celeron 787
At the end of June we reported on two new upcoming ultra-low voltage (ULV) Sandy Bridge microprocessors from Celeron family, single-core 787 and dual-core 857. Both processors were supposed to launch in the third quarter 2011. Celeron 857 was introduced shortly after our story, on July 3. The second model, Celeron 787, was added to Intel's official pricelist yesterday.
Intel Celeron 787 is a single core CPU with 1.3 GHz clock speed, 1 MB L3 cache, and 17 Watt TDP. Although the processor is built on Sandy Bridge micro-architecture, it comes with very basic feature-set, such as Intel 64 and Virtualization. Integrated HD graphics controller comes with 350 MHz base frequency, boosted up to 950 MHz when necessary. The Intel 787 will replace Penryn-based Celeron 763 SKU, that was launched in January of this year. Both Celerons, 787 and 763, have the same $107 price in 1K tray quantities.
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