Intel added seven new processors to its Sandy Bridge lineup this month. These are the Core i5 2550K with four cores, 3.4GHz, and 6MB cache which will cost $225, Core i5 2450, which has four cores, 3.2GHz, and 6MB cache) and will set you back $195. The other four core chip is the Core i5 2380P which will clock at 3.1GHz and has a 6MB cache and cost $177.
Of the two core chips, the Celeron B815 will run at 2.6GHz, have 2MB cache and cost $86, while the Celeron T3500 will run at 2.1GHz and have a MB cache and cost $80. The Celeron M 867 will run at 1.3GHz and have a 2MB cache and cost $134. The only new single core is the Celeron M 797 which will run at 1.4GHz and have a MB cache, and cost $70
The Celerons are mobile chips and the Celeron M 867 and 797 are both Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) which can run at 17W TDP. The two ‘P’ processors apparently don’t have integrated graphics cores.