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Intel plans more dual-core Celerons for Q3 launch

Written by IT News on 2:43 AM

Intel it seems to be quite fond of its Celeron line of processors, despite the forthcoming launch of next-generation Nehalem-based Field and Lynn Haven Dale processors. Recent messages on the Internet, the world's largest chip maker prepares for more Celeron models in the third quarter
this year, with the new Dual-Core CPU. The new E3000 series will be based on Intel's 45nm production technology and a TDP of 65 W.

Although no specific launch date; each processor is expected to provide computer users with a cheaper alternative for low-power computing, thanks to 2.5 GHz core speed. Chip Zilla originally expected launch of two new parts of the E3000 series, E3200 and E3300, which has a 800 MHz processor bus and 1MB of L2 cache. When the clock speeds go, the two models will be available at 2.4 GHz and 2.5 GHz, respectively.

One of the most interesting things about the new processors is that the chip maker has dropped support for the XD Bit EIST and Intel VT technology. With the support of Intel's virtualization technology of computer users will benefit from Windows XP-Mode feature enabled by Microsoft in the upcoming Windows 7 operating system. This is a remarkable feature, since not all Intel processors are equipped with this technology.

Although there is no data on prices, these new processors should cost somewhere in line with the $60 to $80, because they are designed this for low-end mainstream market segment. In terms of performance, they are capable of some low-power computers, good for the Internet, Office applications and also for a decent media and gaming software, they will be linked to a discrete graphics solution.

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