0.09-micron Celerons will debut in Q2

— 12:57 PM on January 28, 2004

DigiTimes is reporting that Intel is planning to roll out three new 0.09-micron Celeron processors as well as two new chipsets for the second quarter. These processors will be based on the Prescott core and will support a 533MHz FSB and come with 256K of cache memory. Retail price will vary depending on clock speed, but a chart shows that you might be able to get ahold of one for as low as $79. Overclocking prowess is to be determined.

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