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Wednesday, 18 May 2011 09:21

Three new Sandy Bridge Pentiums this month

Written by Fuad Abazovic


G850, G840 and G620
The official launch date is still Q2 2010 but a little birdie told Fudzilla that these processors might show their face as soon as next week. We have mentioned some of them back in late February, here.

The top of the three to launch is Pentium G850 clocked at 2.9GHz with 3MB memory. This is a dual core with two treads LGA 1155 processor and it won’t let you turbo overclock it. When it launches it will sell for $86.

The runner up is Pentium processor G840 and this one has the same specification but works at 2.8GHz clock. It also sells for $11 less, or $75 if you buy a thousand of them. Last but not least is G620 and this CPU is dual core with two threads, again has 3MB cache and no Turbo but works at 2.6GHz. Once it launches it will sell for a quite affordable $65.
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