Core architecture in Celeron-M in 2007
Written by Marc Prieur
Published on September 14, 2006
Intel will release in January the first Celeron M based on Core architecture used for the Core 2 Duo. It will be of course a mono core processor. The Celeron M 520 will be clocked at 1.6 GHz, use a FSM of 533 MHz and have 1 MB of cache.
We regret, however, that the price announced is the same as a 2 GHz Celeron M 450, $134, and not $86 like the Celeron M 420. We know that it isn't the Core architecture and that EM64T isn't supported but it is a lot of money considering that the release of the Core 2 Duo Mobile was made at the same price at equivalent frequency as the Core Duo.
There will also be a Celeron M 530 at 1.73 GHz during the second quarter 2007.
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