After Intel introduced a number of new Celeron processors in November, CPU-World discovered that several more Haswell Celeron chips will make their debut shortly. There's the G1820 and G1830, which will cost respectively $48 and $56, and the G1820T, which will be available exclusively to OEM-manufacturers.
The specifications of these new Celeron-processors are identical to the Ivy Bridge-based G1620 and G1630. The new models once again have two cores, 2 MB of cache memory and an integrated HD graphics chip, clocked at 1050 MHz. The integrated memory controller is compatible with DDR3-1333 modules and support for virtualization and instruction sets such as Intel 64, SIMD and SSE4 is also present. The Haswell Celeron processors can be used with Socket 1150 motherboards and should offer up to 10% better performance over their Ivy Bridge predecessors, whilst simultaneously being more efficient.
|Model||Cores / Threads||Frequency||L3 cache memory||Max. clock freq. GPU||TDP|
|Celeron G1620T||2 / 2||2,4 GHz||2 MB||1050 MHz||35 watts|
|Celeron G1820T||2 / 2||2,4 GHz||2 MB||1050 MHz||35 watts|
|Celeron G1620||2 / 2||2,7 GHz||2 MB||1050 MHz||55 watts|
|Celeron G1820||2 / 2||2,7 GHz||2 MB||1050 MHz||54 watts|
|Celeron G1630||2 / 2||2,8 GHz||2 MB||1050 MHz||55 watts|
|Celeron G1830||2 / 2||2,8 GHz||2 MB||1050 MHz||54 watts|