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Monday, 24 August 2009 12:27

Intel to launch seven new CULV parts

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SU2x00, SU4x00 and SU7x00 series

Intel is
gearing up to launch seven new dual-core CULV parts in early Q4, just in time for Windows 7. We still don't have the exact specs, but we managed to find the model names and prices.

The SU2x00 series will get two new parts, the SU2500 and SU2600. As we don't have the specs, we can only guess that these are faster iterations of the 1.2GHz SU2300 with 1MB of L2 cache.

Three parts belong to the new SU4x00 series, the SU4100, SU4500 and SU4700. The SU4100 apparently runs at 1.3GHz and has 2MB of L2 cache, but we still don't have the clocks for the SU4500 and SU4700.

We don't have the specs for the SU7300 and SU7800 either, but the SU7300 is apparently clocked at 1.3GHz, and it seems SU7x00 parts have 3MB of L2 cache.

The price for all the new parts is $289, which is typical for new CULV parts. We're expecting to see the SU4100 and SU7300 on the market first, and at the moment it seems they will be used in a number of Acer and Asus designs. They are scheduled for launch in early October.

Also read:

Intel to launch SU2300, Celeron 743 in September
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