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Tuesday, 11 October 2011 10:56

New 17W TDP Celeron in Q1 12

Written by Fuad Abazovic

 

Celeron 867 is the name

It's dual-core, it has two threads and no turbo capability, but this new 1.3GHz clocked Celeron 867 can work with a 17W TDP.

This new CPU is scheduled to replaced 1.2GHz clocked Cleron 857 in Q1 2012. Celeron 867 has Intel HD graphics, 350MHz graphics clock and 1GHz clock with graphics overclocking. It features support for 1333MHz DDR3 memory and has 2MB cache. This is Celeron is based on 32nm Sandy Bridge architecture.

Once it launches it will sell for $134, the current price of Intel Celeron Mobile ULV 857. In addition, the single core Celeron 787 clocked at 1.3GHz featuring 1.5MB of cache will get a successor in Q1 2012. The new CPU is Celeron 797 and has the same 1.5MB cache but runs 100MHz faster. They are both priced at 107 USD and Celeron Mobile ULV 787 is available today while Celeron Mobile ULV 797 is coming out in Q1 2012.

These single cores are also Sandy  Bridge based 32nm processors and 17W is definitely a nice TDP for mobile processor. Around Q3 2012, these processor can eight get replaced by faster models, or Intel will replace them with Ivy Bridge parts, but we expect Ivy Bridge Celerons a bit later than Q3 2012.

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+2 #1 rundll 2011-10-11 12:11
What's the difference with Pentium 967, 1.3GHz, 2MB cache, TDP 17W, graphics core 350-1000MHz?
Only the fact that Pentium 967 is for OEM?
 
 
+2 #2 Decembermouse 2011-10-11 17:32
1.3GHz, with 17W TDP, then you add chipset TDP... I'll pass. Especially considering this is Intel graphics, and their upcoming Atom CPUs won't even support DX10 due to "issues."

Give me an E-450 over this Celeron 867 any day. 1.65Ghz, with an 18W TDP which includes CPU, GPU, and NB functions.

Also you can overclock, overvolt, underclock, and undervolt with K10Stat. You can't use software to do this to Intel CPUs. Personally I'd use this K10Stat's Divider selector to set my lowest P-State (stock 800MHz) to 400MHz, 200MHz, or 100MHz, which requires very low Voltage obviously. That's real power savings. And if I want to do a bit of gaming, just change the multiplier on the CPU. Or use Afterburner on the GPU.
 
 
-2 #3 maroon1 2011-10-11 20:13
Quote:
Give me an E-450 over this Celeron 867 any day. 1.65Ghz, with an 18W TDP which includes CPU, GPU, and NB functions.


1.65GHz ? So what ?
Do you even know that Clock speed doesn't mean anything when you compare two different architecture ?

Do you know that TDP of all sandy-bridge based processors includes CPU, GPU, and NB functions ?

I strongly suggest that you do some research before you open your mouth.
 
 
-3 #4 maroon1 2011-10-11 20:22
Even Celeron SU2300 (1.2GHz CPU based on old penryn architecture) beats E-350 (1.6GHz) in all CPU benchmarks
Here is a proof for this
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/asrock-e350m1-amd-brazos-zacate-apu,2840-11.html

Do you think E-350/E-450 is going to have any chance against modern Celeron 867 which is based on modern Sandy-bridge architecture ?

Unfortunately, We still have ignorant people (like Decembermouse) who think more GHz = better performance.
 
 
+1 #5 pchacker 2011-10-12 03:14
Actually if you read closely you will see decembermouse stated that you have to add the "chipset" tdp to the celeron. Then in a separate statement said that the e450 includes the cpu,gpu and nb.

Read a bit first and stop being so aggressive, its people like you who start the huge fanboy wars and such
 
 
-2 #6 maroon1 2011-10-12 10:32
Quote:
Actually if you read closely you will see decembermouse stated that you have to add the "chipset" tdp to the celeron. Then in a separate statement said that the e450 includes the cpu,gpu and nb.


I read his post properly. He actually stated that he would get E-450 over Celeron 867, and the reasons he gave is that E-450 is 1.65GHz and TDP includes CPU, GPU, and NB.

None of those are valid reason. And I explained that in my previous comments
 
 
+2 #7 fteoath64 2011-10-12 11:56
This chip might look like an Atom replacement considering performance bump but the price point completely screws it. Not at $134, it has got to get below $50 ...

What are the target devices for this chip anyway ?.
 
 
0 #8 Decembermouse 2011-10-12 18:59
Quoting maroon1:
I strongly suggest that you do some research before you open your mouth.

Quote:
I strongly suggest that you do some research before you open your mouth.

Wow, you're not very nice. Please be more polite on this forum and treat others with the same respect we afford you. You read my original post and decided to ignore the points you couldn't argue against, instead trying to pick apart what you could. Pretty transparent trolling. In the future, if you'd like to participate in a mature and balanced way in the future, please first read and think about a post in its entirety before allowing yourself to display poor anger management and impulse control. You're not going to get anyone's respect acting like this.
 
 
0 #9 Decembermouse 2011-10-12 19:06
In any case, your response is not of sufficient quality or thoroughness to allow you to level this kind of insult against me. What you have done here is akin to bringing a souped-up Honda Civic and a big ego to an F1 race.
Quote:
Unfortunately, We still have ignorant people (like Decembermouse)

Your need to throw out all these insults reflects poorly on you, and you need to grow up. For your own sake, give it a rest.
Quoting pchacker:
Read a bit first and stop being so aggressive, its people like you who start the huge fanboy wars and such

I'm glad there are still people here who can rationally discuss things instead of throwing out insults in an attempt to gain status. I would respect the maturity in your post, even if we were to disagree.
 
 
0 #10 youserzero 2011-10-13 02:52
Quoting maroon1:
Even Celeron SU2300 (1.2GHz CPU based on old penryn architecture) beats E-350 (1.6GHz) in all CPU benchmarks
Here is a proof for this
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/asrock-e350m1-amd-brazos-zacate-apu,2840-11.html



BWAHAHAHA reading comprehension FAIL! You just proved atom sucks because you read the benchmarks backwards :)

Atom takes 11:48 to encode the same mp3 an e350 can do in 1:47, which is a serious ass kicking. Actually, every single benmark on that page atom loses to the e350.
 

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