Intel Celeron 807UE to launch in Q4 2011
Current lineup of budget Intel microprocessors for embedded market consists of 4 Celeron models with 17 Watt and 35 Watt power envelopes. 35 Watt models are B810 and B810E, both dual-cores, and two Ultra-low voltage (ULV) processors with 17 Watt TDP are single-core 827E and dual-core 847E. In the 4th quarter of this year Intel will introduce new budget embedded microprocessor, Celeron 807UE. The new chip will feature significantly lower power consumption, than ULV Celeron 827E and 847E.
Once released, Intel 807UE is going to be the only Sandy Bridge part with 10 Watt Thermal Design Power. Extremely low TDP of the new SKU comes at a price, though. Having single 1 GHz CPU core and 1 MB L3 cache, the 807UE should perform noticeably slower than other embedded Celerons. The CPU will support only basic Sandy Bridge technologies, such as Intel 64 and VT-x virtualization. Like other embedded ULV microprocessors, the 807UE will have integrated HD graphics unit with 350 MHz base frequency and 800 MHz Turbo frequency. The new Celeron will be produced in BGA package, and should be available in the 4th quarter 2011.
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