The biggest benefit , however, Haswell refresh buyers especially by the new motherboards with the Z97 chipset at the top, because especially on this front , the various manufacturers supply an arms race with an unprecedented wealth of features. Especially in the high-end sector, the board owners can look forward to such highlights as M.2 SSD slots and SATA Express connectors that can help their systems to new levels of performance. However, the CPUs of the revised fourth generation are also run on older boards with an appropriate BIOS update.
Due to the already known by Haswell C-States , Intel attaches great importance to a maximum energy efficiency at Haswell refresh . This ensures that the Celeron G1840T always acted within the scope of its assignment TDP of only 35 watts, unless it is overclocked by the user. This is likely due to the raw power but anyway are hardly necessary and is accompanied by the loss of the warranty.
The Celeron G1840T has two cores , which can use L3 cache , 2 MB and work with a clock speed of 2.5 GHz. The dual-core CPU supports standard DDR3 memory with 1333 MHz. Anyone wishing to use the integrated graphics * , gets to the Celeron G1840T given sufficient performance because the processor has an internal Intel HD graphics unit, which ensures smooth rendering - of course apart from hardcore gaming and ultra- high resolution games .
This is the tray version of the processor . A CPU cooler therefore not included .
* To use the integrated graphics unit, the use of compatible motherboards is necessary.
Technical details :
Type : Intel Celeron G1840T
Manufacturing process: 22 nm
Clock: 2.5 GHz
Level 3 cache : 2 MB
Storage Controller : internal
Memory Channels: 2 (Dual Channel)
Memory Standard: DDR3
Integrated graphics unit ( output only with appropriate mainboards)
TDP: 35 Watt
Socket Compatibility: LGA 1150
Very economical : TDP of only 35 W
Support for DDR3 -1333
Integrated graphics unit