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    Default Intel Releases Seven Sandy Bridge CPUs



    Today, Intel has released seven new Sandy Bridge based CPUs: three Core i5 and four Celeron models. All the i5 SKUs are desktop models, whereas the Celeron SKUs are mobile: two standard voltage and two ultra-low voltage models. Below is a table of the new SKUs.


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    Celeron? :S


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    Celeron ki processor na? i3 chara uchit chilo keokta

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    ^ Sandy Bridge Celeron :S


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    Yeah. New LGA1155 Celeron B. I think its great. Cheap but good performance ola laptop pawa jabe. 35-40K'r moddhe valo notebook. But bearable performance hobe.

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    kono kuti chilo egula release korar?

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    Public er celeron er proti jei bad experience ase.....ivy bridge celeron bair korleo oi experience dur korte parbona ora...Lets see

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    Celeron diye game khelle bad experience to hobei, first they have to understand what is processor and their differences. Its not for us(gamers), officially egula beshi use kora hoy. Ar ekhno manush celeron dekhe obak hoy. amar obossho tader ke dekhei obak lage karon tara mone kore Intel gadha ar tarai chalak just ask intel about the selling amount of celeron's.

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    ^^ not really.

    My 2nd CPU was a Celeron 331 and it was quite good


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    @hrishat vai.Celeron bananor purpose ta seta ami jani.Ami just etutuku bujhate chaisi ora P4 and celeron banaye performance gap ta kirokom korsilo.....jodio oita affordable range ei sell hoito.

    And btw apnar eto offensive hoar kono karon dekhi na.Forum e je jar opinion ditei pare.

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    Celeron + Gaming = Math Error

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    Quote Originally Posted by Banglavai View Post
    @hrishat vai.Celeron bananor purpose ta seta ami jani.Ami just etutuku bujhate chaisi ora P4 and celeron banaye performance gap ta kirokom korsilo.....jodio oita affordable range ei sell hoito.

    And btw apnar eto offensive hoar kono karon dekhi na.Forum e je jar opinion ditei pare.
    are bhai tomare boli nai, bolsi public der, amra o public but gamer . tumi e to bolla public er kotha. tai bollam. dekho bhalo moto ami bolsi First they have..... BD r public bujhoi to, karo kase shunse celeron bhalo na ar lafalafi shuru korse without knowing about it properly

    btw my first pc was celeron

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    But Celeron B erh notebook ami kinbo, jodi cheap hoy. Coz intel atom is just crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XLR8 View Post
    But Celeron B erh notebook ami kinbo, jodi cheap hoy. Coz intel atom is just crap.
    ya. its perfect for a notebook. appreciate your choice

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    Atom theke onk valo hobe ta sotti.......

    and hrishat vai. : o assa vai.ami mone korsi apni amar upor rege gesen

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    now celeron is better than atom........

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    New Intel Sandy Bridge-EP CPUs spotted


    This quarter Intel plans to introduce Xeon E5-1600 products for uni-processor systems, based on Romley (socket 2011) platform. We originally reported on three E5-16xx quad-, 6- and 8-core models. Our reader Rob Dunkley spotted two new entry level Xeon E5 microprocessors, and complete list of Xeon E5-2600 SKUs, on Fujitsu CELSIUS M720 configuration page. Specifications on the configuration page are incomplete, but we were able to find more details elsewhere. Xeon E5-1603 and E5-1607 were briefly added to CPU support lists for ASRock socket 2011 motherboards. Information is already removed from ASRock website, however it is still available in Google cache:






    The CPU support list contains specifications of Xeon E5-1603 and E5-1607, along with details on two members of E5-4600 series, E5-4620 and E5-4650. Characteristics of remaining E5 processors from the page match our older reports.
    Based on data that we discovered, Xeon E5-1603 and E5-1607 operate at 2.8 GHz and 3 GHz respectively. The processors have 4 CPU cores, which can be found on other Fuhitsu-shop.pl pages (like this one). Both Xeons have 10 MB L3 cache, and 130 Watt Thermal Design Power. We suspect that similar to Xeon E5-240x and E5-260x products, E5-1603 and E5-1607 will not support Hyper-Threading and Turbo Boost technologies.

    Xeon E5 4600-series is aimed at 4-way servers, and it is supposed to launch in Q2 2012. Last month Intel made public s-spec and box part numbers of E5-4600-series CPUs, although specifications of any of those chips were not known up until now. ASRock CPU support list provides partial details for E5-4620 and E5-4650 SKUs. Xeon E5-4620 comes with 2.2 GHz clock speed and 16 MB L3 cache, and it fits into 95 Watt thermal envelope. Xeon E5-4650 is clocked at 2.7 GHz, and has 20 MB last level cache and 130 Watt TDP. Both CPUs are based on Sandy Bridge-EP-8, and we suspect that the 4620 model will have either 6 or 8 CPU cores, and the 4650 will have 8 cores. We also believe that these Xeon E5s will support Hyper-Threading and Turbo Boost technologies.

    Details of new E5-1600 and E5-4600 parts are summarized in the table below. Highlighted information is not confirmed:
    Xeon E5-1603 4 4 2.8 GHz 10 MB 130 Watt
    Xeon E5-1607 4 4 3 GHz 10 MB 130 Watt
    Xeon E5-4620 6 or 8 12 or 16 2.2 GHz 16 MB 95 Watt
    Xeon E5-4650 8 16 2.7 GHz 20 MB 130 Watt


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    i hv core i5 2550k....n hapy wit it

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    Quote Originally Posted by fahim1989 View Post
    i hv core i5 2550k....n hapy wit it
    game er jonno kemon?

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