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Looks like Intel is releasing 22nm celerons finally. Since the Celeron 847 pretty much handled everything but just barely I'm guessing the new 2ghz celeron should be more than enough and might give a bump in power savings. It would be awesome to see these packaged on a itx mobo in the same $100ish price range of the 847, or in a NUC device.

Celeron N2810: dual-core, dual-threaded, 2.00GHz, 1MB L2

http://www.fudzilla.com/home/item/31499-intel-lists-three-celeron-m-processors

I'm thinking about one of these or wait for Haswell, have to see if Haswell solves the 23.xxx problem or see if it even beats the new celeron's on idle power.
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All IVB processors are 22nm, including Celeron 1610, 1610T, 1620 released in January 2013.
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Since the OP mentioned Celeron 847, I *think* he meant the embedded Celeron mobile mini-ITX motherboards.

The IvyBridge Celeron 1007U mobile is already available in a mini-ITX motherboard at Newegg.com:
GIGABYTE GA-C1007UN-D Intel NM70 Chipset HDMI SATA 6Gb/s Mini ITX Intel Motherboard

 

 

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hmm, and ivy bridge is 10% faster than sandy bridge. That might be a pretty good setup.

You have any site reviews on idle power consumption on it?
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10% is kinda over optimistic. It's been a long time since I read the Ivy vs Sandy reviews but IF my memory serves me well the overall clock for clock improvement was on average 5%.
With Haswell it's the same, actually even less, there's a thread on [H] about Haswell there some dude posted a review with tests run on 3770K vs 4770K and the improvements were on average less than 4%.

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Right now, the available Celeron mobile motherboards at Newegg are either a Celeron 847 1.1GHz or Celeron 1007U 1.5GHz.

As far as Passmark numbers are concerned, they show 1036 for the 847 vs 1561 for the 1007U. That's the only comparison I have done.

For pricing, the GIGABYTE GA-C1007UN-D is $89.99 + $7 shipping and the GIGABYTE GA-C847N-D is $69.99 - $20 rebate + free shipping.

 

 

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The PassMark charts are pointless anyway.

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I figured when posting Passmark numbers it would take less than 5 minutes for someone to post that response smile.gif. What took you so long?

To be honest, I doubt the HTPC experience will be much different between the C847 and C1007U motherboards. But, it all depends on what you do with your HTPC. In my tests of the C847, it played all the 1080p files I tried. ATM, I'd opt for the $40 cheaper C847.

 

 

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I was on my phone so it took awhile to post, sorry about that :P

And I agree with you completely. Either of those are good choices.

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Actually, it looks like the OP meant these:
http://liliputing.com/2013/05/intel-quietly-introduces-3-new-low-power-chips-n2805-n2810-n2910.html

Shoulda clicked on the link... duh smile.gif

 

 

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