Intel Celeron, 1007U, 1037U 1000M and 1020m coming soon

More new models of processor Intel . This time to reach the market by the first quarter of 2013 will be 4 new models of Mobile Celeron, all based on Ivy Bridge microarchitecture and then made ​​lithographic system 22 nm type TriGate 3D . The Californian chipmaker has in fact decided to dispose of the models B730 Celeron and Celeron 807 in the same period next year and not replace them with new single core CPU.

All new Ivy Bridge Celeron dual core and will therefore have 2 MB of level three cache, Intel HD graphics subsystems and technology support Intel 64 and VT-x virtualization. Two models, the 1007U and 1037U Celeron , will be ULV (Ultra Low Voltage), will have a maximum TDP of 17 W and will be produced with a packaging BGA type, then be soldered directly to the motherboard of the laptop thin end entry level. The model Celeron 1007U will have an operating frequency of 1.5 GHz , as the current Celeron 887, the fastest of the Celeron ULV currently in production.

The Celeron 1037U ( instead will have a higher clock rate, equal to 1.8 GHz, thus offering superior performance by about 20% compared to another model. Both will be equipped with IGP HD that will work on a base frequency of 350 MHz, but can climb dynamically up to 1 GHz and support memory DDR3 1333 MHz . Celeron 1000M and 1020m (  instead, will be a full voltage and then for a notebook of larger , although more entry level, as demonstrated by packaging type RPGA, so it can be mounted on the socket.  In this case, the TDP of both rises to 35 W , while the clock rate amounted respectively to 1.8 and 2.1 GHz . Subsystems integrated video will work instead to 650 MHz and can always reach a maximum of 1 GHz In both cases, finally, the Supported RAM will be of type DDR3 1600 MHz Considering that the Ivy Bridge architecture delivers higher average of 5-6% over the previous generation Sandy Bridge, CPU Celeron 1000M should offer equivalent performance to the current Celeron B840, while the Celeron 1020m should be faster by about 15%. Intel has not announced when the prices for lots of one thousand units.

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