Intel injected 16 new CPUs over the weekend
Intel has released 16 new 32nm processors, including Core, Pentium and Celeron branded chips.
As seen in the tablet below, Intel released eleven desktop chips, the 'highest-end' being the 3.0 GHz Core i5-2320, and five mobile CPUs, including the new flagship that is the 2.7 GHz Core i72960XM. Prices go from $1,096 down to $47 so there's something for everyone. Everyone not waiting for AMD's FX-Series line, of course.
The Core i3-2125 is interesting as it is clocked similar to the i3-2120 at 3.30 GHz, but it might be tweaked in other parameters (such as GPU clock speed, feature-set, etc). Core i3-2120T is a new low-power desktop chip, that's clocked at 2.60 GHz, and nearly half the rated TDP, at 35W.
There's also a trio of Pentium-branded dual-core chips, including the G630T, G860, and G630, clocked at 2.30 GHz, 3.00 GHz, and 2.70 GHz, displacing the G620T, G850, and G620, respectively. Anyway, have a peek at the list.