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Monday, January 30, 2012
New Sandy Bridge CPUs Released, Some Come Without Graphics Core


Intel has released seven new Sandy Bridge based CPUs.

Three of them are Core i5 desktop models and four Celeron models for mobile devices:

SKU Core/Thread Count Frequency Max Turbo Frequency L3 Cache TDP Price
Core i5-2550K 4/4 3.4GHz 3.8GHz 6MB 95W $225
Core i5-2450P 4/4 3.2GHz 3.5GHz 6MB 95W $195
Core i5-2380P 4/4 3.1GHz 3.4GHz 6MB 95W $177
Celeron B815 2/2 1.6GHz N/A 2MB 35W $86
Celeron B720 1/1 1.7GHz N/A 1MB 35W $70
Celeron 867 2/2 1.3GHz N/A 2MB 17W $134
Celeron 797 1/1 1.4GHz N/A 1MB 17W $107


Intel Core i5-2550K without integrated graphics processor (IGP) costs $225, whereas the model i5-2500K with graphics core is priced at $216. The i5-2380P without IGP is available for $177, whereas i5-2400 with graphics adapter is sold for $184.

Intel's complete Sandy Bridge-based products without graphics include the following products: Core i5-2550K (3.40GHz, quad-core, 6MB cache), i5-2450P (3.20GHz, quad-core, 6MB cache), i5-2380P (3.10GHz, quad-core, 6MB cache), Celeron B815 (1.60GHz, dual-core, 2MB cache), Celeron B720 (1.70GHz, single-core, 1MB cache), M867 (1.30GHz, dual-core, 2MB cache), M797 (1.40GHz, single-core, 1MB cache).


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