Intel To Roll Out A Couple Of Budget CPUs On May 28
And another news from HKEPC. According to information they have, already on May 28 Intel will roll out a couple of new Celeron D processors made using the 65nm process, based on the Cedar Mill core and featuring 512KB L2.
First we are to welcome the Celeron D 352 operating at 3.2GHz and Celeron D 356 (3.33GHz). Both will have 533MHz FSB. In over 1,000-unit quantities novelties will cost $79 and $89, respectively.
There is also information about the fastest CPU of this series that should be expected in Q3'2006. The Celeron D 360 will differ from the 356 only by a higher multiplier (making its clock rate 3.46GHz). Presumably it will cost $103.
The transition of inexpensive processors from the stepping B1 to C1 lowered their energy consumption from 95W to 65W making them more attractive for overclocking.
In the future, Celeron D is to be replaced by single-core Pentium 4 and even dual-core Pentium D processors, some of which are getting close to $100 already now.
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