Intel Pentium 3530, Celeron N2930 and N2830 CPUs Released

Intel has released three new processors in the market. The Pentium N3530 is a very efficient quad core CPU meant to be used in the entry level segment. All of the new CPU are a part of Intel’s bay trail platform.

Intel Pentium 3530, Celeron N2930 and N2830 CPUs Released

The entire SoC as specified by Intel consumes 7.5 watts, so the chip can also be used in very compact sub-notebooks or tablets. In typical use, the power consumption is only 4.5 watts of power is at (SDP). Here are their specifications.

Model
Cores / Threads
Base / burst frequency
L2 cache
GPU Frequency
Memory
TDP
Price

Celeron N2920
4 / 4
1.86 / 2 GHz
2 MB
311 / 844 MHz
DDR3L-1066
7.5W
$132

Celeron N2930
4 / 4
1.83 / 2.16 GHz
2 MB
313 / 854 MHz
DDR3L-1333
7.5W
$107

Pentium N3520
4 / 4
2.17 / 2.42 GHz
2 MB
313 / 854 MHz
DDR3L-1333
7.5W
$180

Pentium N3530
4 / 4
2.16 / 2.58 GHz
2 MB
313 / 896 MHz
DDR3L-1333
7.5W

Celeron N2820
2 / 2
2.13 / 2.39 GHz
1 MB
311 / 756 MHz
DDR3L-1066
7.5W
$132

Celeron N2830
2 / 2
2.16 / 2.41 GHz
1 MB
313 / 750 MHz
DDR3L-1333
7.5W
$107

Celeron N2930 and Pentium N3530 are quad-core SKUs with 2 MB of last level cache. The microprocessors operate at 1.83 GHz and 2.16 GHz, that is close to N2920 and N3520 models.


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