Trio Of Intel Celeron 'Skylake' Chips Unearthed
Three previously unknown Intel Celeron CPU's have been discovered by intrepid tech outlets. Sporting a dual-core configuration and 2MB L3 Cache, any should be a fair step up from many of the older Celeron models.
Intel Celeron parts are typically in the budget range for most consumers, satisfying only modest performance requirements and hence featuring a lower TDP than top-end models. The Celeron G3920 and G3900 are both 47W parts, clocked at 2.9GHz and 2.8GHz respectively. The G3900 is firmly ensconced in the budget arena thanks to an listed price of €50, whilst the G3920 is ever so slightly more expensive €65. Both are compatible with the LGA1151 socket on Intel 100-series motherboards.
The G3900T is the final of the three, and as expected it's a lower power version of the G3900. This 35W TDP SKU still clocks at 2.6GHz, which should ensure pretty solid performance overall. At present a price is not listed for this part.
All three model are expected to feature an Intel HD Graphics 510 GPU, although there may be slight spec. differences for each SKU.