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Thursday, 19 November 2009 13:24

Arrandale P4500 mobile Celeron to launch in Q2

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Replaces T3300


Intel's first
Arrandale-based mobile Celeron should launch in Q2 2010. The fastest version of mobile Penryn-based Celeron should launch on January 17th at $86. This CPU is called T3300 works at 2.0GHz has two cores and two threads, 1MB of cache and FSB 800MHz. It is also fitted for Montevina platform.

The Q2 Celeron that we mentioned here is called P4500 and this 32nm CPU has two cores, with two thread support, works at 1.86GHz and won't support Turbo.

Hyperthreading and Turbo are possible with this core, but Intel has decided to simply disable it due to pricing issues. P4500 also comes with 2MB of cache and it should launch in Q2 2010. This CPU fits in Calpella platform.

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