Intel ahead of its Ivy Bridge Chips big launch which is due later this year, the semiconductor chip maker giant has released seven new Sandy Bridge based CPUs – four Celeron and three Core i5 models. All the Celeron SKUs are mobile consists of two standard voltage and two ultra-low voltage models while i5 SKUs are desktop models.
AnandTech notes that as for the CPUs in general, i5-2550K is obviously the successor of i5-2500K. It has 100MHz (i.e. one CPU bin) higher frequencies than i5-2500K and is priced $9 higher. Similarly, i5-2450P and i5-2380P are successors of i5-2400 and i5-2320—the i5-2450P being $11 more expensive and i5-2380P being priced the same as its predecessor. Celeron B815 replaces B810 at the $86 price point; they share the same core specs while the GPU gets a bump in maximum clock from 950MHz to 1050MHz.
Along with, B720 also succeeds B710 with 100MHz higher frequency and the same $70 price tag. Celeron 867 becomes the new high-end ULV Celeron by taking the place of 857 at the price point of $134 with 100MHz higher frequency, and 797 increases the frequency by 100MHz to 1.4GHz in the $107 category and replaces 787.