Intel quietly releases Celeron 1019Y CPU

Intel this week released new ultra-low voltage microprocessor, Celeron 1019Y. This is the fifth "Ivy Bridge" model from a line of ULV products with Thermal Design Power 13 Watt or less. The fastest from them is a Core i7-branded CPU, that runs at 1.5 GHz, with the maximum Turbo Boost frequency reaching 2.6 GHz. The slowest part up until this week was Pentium 2129Y, which is clocked at 1.1 GHz. The Celeron CPU has 100 MHz lower operating frequency, and slightly slower HD graphics than the Pentium.

Like all mobile Celerons, the 1019Y has two cores, 2 MB L3 cache, and integrated HD graphics. The processor is clocked at 1 GHz, and the GPU runs at 350 MHz, with a maximum turbo frequency of 800 MHz. The CPU supports Virtualization and other basic technologies, and lacks more advanced features, such as Hyper-Threading or Turbo Boost. Celeron 1019Y has 10 Watt TDP. The processor can operate within 7 Watt power envelope, but, we believe, at a reduced performance level. The official price of the 1019Y is $153.

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2013-04-13 04:06:44
Posted by: David

Just seems to me that all of these y processors are just severely underclocked versions of the normal parts. The 1020m runs at 2.1ghz on 35 Watt this does 1 ghz on 10 Watt, and thats looks normal scaling to me.

It rather looks as if there selling a lower performing part for more money for the greenness of it, can't you just lock any ivy bridge part in one of its lower multiplier states and get the same result?

It would be very cool to test if this is just some very strange intel marketing trick or if they did anything to actually make these cpu's consume less power per ghz, i highly doubt it.

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