Specifications of Intel Celeron G460 CPU
On November 14 we reported on the upcoming Celeron G460. On November 18, Fudzilla published some further information, which was mostly confirmed by recently leaked Intel Desktop Roadmap.
The roadmap states that Celeron G460 has base clock speed 1.80 GHz, a 200 MHz jump over the G440. There is 1.5 MB cache, a 50% increase. And it is also the first Sandy Bridge Celeron to have hyperthreading enabled. Other features are identical to the G440, which it replaces as the recommended choice for a Celeron based value system, including the TDP of 35W.
According to the Fudzilla article, G460 will sell for $37. Intel G530, which has 2 cores and runs at 2.4GHz, is only $5 more, but additionally has a TDP of 55W. Based on the roadmap, the G460 processor is due to be released in Q1 2012. According to our source, the Celeron may be launched as early as next week.
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