The CPUs include the Celeron 585 with a core frequency of 2.16GHz priced at US$107 in thousand-unit tray quantities, and Celeron 575 at 2GHz and US$86. Both will support 667MHz FSB and feature 1MB L2 cache and a TDP of 31W.
In additional news, Intel has also set the price for its Atom N270 notebook CPU (Diamondville) which forms part of the company's Basic Mobile Platform at US$44, the sources revealed.
Intel working on two new entry-level Merom processors
Posted on Thursday, Mar 20 2008 @ 17:12 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck