Intel's Updated Price List Reveals More than a Dozen New Sandy Bridge Processors

Intel has posted an updated processor price list with prices that went into effect at the end of January, but if you were hoping for any big drops, you're going to be disappointed. In fact, there weren't any price reductions at all, big, small, or in between. Intel did, however, add seven new processors to its Sandy Bridge lineup. From top to bottom, they include:
  • Core i5 2550K (four cores, 3.4GHz, 6MB cache): $225
  • Core i5 2450P (four cores, 3.2GHz, 6MB cache): $195
  • Core i5 2380P (four cores, 3.1GHz, 6MB cache): $177
  • Celeron B815 (two coures, 1.6GHz, 2MB cache): $86
  • Celeron T3500 (two cores, 2.1GHz, 1MB cache): $80
  • Celeron M 867 (two cores, 1.3GHz, 2MB cache): $134
  • Celeron M 797 (one core, 1.4GHz, 1MB cache): $70

All of the Celeron processors are mobile chips, while the last two (Celeron M 867 and 797) are both Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) CPUs rated at 17W TDP. As for the desktop parts, the two 'P' processors apparently don't have integrated graphics cores.