Intel Quietly Launches the Celeron 1019Y ULV Processor

Intel has quietly taken the wraps off its newest ULV microprocessor, the Ivy Bridge-based Celeron 1019Y. Like all mobile Celerons, the 1019Y is a dual-core processor clocked at 1 GHz, a 2 MB L3 cache and features an integrated 350 MHz GPU with a maximum turbo frequency of 800 MHz.

Though the CPU supports Virtualization and other basic technologies, it lacks more advanced features such as Hyper-Threading and Turbo Boost. The chip has a 10 W TDP and can even operate within a 7 W envelop with reduced performance.

The Celeron 1019Y is currently on sale for $153.

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  • bigpinkdragon286
    How does this compare to the original C-50 from AMD which has been available for years and came in at 9 W?
  • dalethepcman
    Uhh... $153 for a 1ghz dual core celeron seems ridiculous when an ivy bridge pentium 2020 costs $65 and if you downclocked it to 1ghz would probably be in the 15w range and give double the performance.