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Intel Celeron B820

Celeron B820 belongs to the Sandy Bridge group of processors and comes with decent integrated graphics. It is a good choice for low cost, entry level computing.

Table : Intel Celeron B820 Features and Specs

Feature Intel Celeron B820
Core Frequency 1.70 GHz
No. Of Cores 2
Cache Organization 2 MB L3 Cache
Turbo Frequency No Turbo
TDP Rating 35 Watts
64 Bit Support Y
Lithography 32 nm
Integrated Memory Controller DDR3-1066/1333
Integrated Graphics Intel HD Graphics, 650 MHz Base, 1050 MHz Turbo

The Celeron B820 is not a high end computing processor but is cheap and comes with integrated graphics ( HD Graphics 2000) that is good enough for smooth display.

Some more details of Intel Celeron B820

The Celeron B820 belongs to the Sandy Bridge series of processor and is intended for the entry level notebook computing. You may like to check the core i3 and core i5 processors in the Sandy Bridge line if you are looking for high performance processors.

Further Suggested Readings

The Celeron B820 belongs to Sandy Bridge. Check out the Sandy Bridge Architecture.

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3 Response

  1. Paul says:

    The processor is better than you expect. I have it in my laptop and there is nothing really to complain about it. The only thing I wanted to mention is that it comes with HD Graphics 2000 and not the HD Graphics 3000.

  2. Prats says:

    But i am not able to find the processor in intel website and as well as in wikipedia. do you have any idea when was it released?

  3. admin says:

    Please check out this post

    It looks like Intel replaced the Celeron B820 with B830.

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