Intel prepares mobile Celeron B720 and B815 CPUs
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.
Intel Celeron B720, clocked at 1.7 GHz, is going be slightly faster than the B710 due to 100 MHz higher core frequency. Other features of this model will be identical to B710, i.e. it will have 1 core, 1.5 MB L3 cache, and on-chip graphics unit with 650 MHz stock and 1 GHz Turbo speeds.
Celeron B815 will have beefed-up graphics controller, and in all other aspects it will be similar to B810. This dual-core Celeron will operate at 1.6 GHz and include 2 MB L3 cache. It's integrated GPU will operate at 650 MHz, or up to 1050 MHz when maximum graphics performance is required.
Celeron B710 and B815 processors will have 35 Watt TDP, and support DDR3-1333 memory.
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