Less than three months after launching the 10th Generation Intel Celeron processors, Intel has already released an improved version. Currently, Intel only offers three processors: Celeron G5920 (@ 3.50 GHz); Celeron G5900 (@ 3.40 GHz) and the Celeron G5900T (@ 3.20 GHz); and except for the frequencies, they are identical since all of them have 2 cores and 2 processing threads together with 2 MB of L3 cache, integrated graphics Intel Graphics UHD610, DDR4 @ 2666 MHz memory controller and a TDP of 58W, except for the slower model, which is 35W.
Now Intel has released a replacement for its two more advanced models: the Celeron G5925, which will replace the Celeron G5920, and the Celeron G5905 to do the same with the Celeron G5900.
Both the Intel Celeron G5925 and the Celeron G5905 maintain the same 2-core and 2-wire configuration, although these are now 100 MHz faster, that is, they reach a fixed frequency of 3.60 and 3.50 GHz respectively, although The most important detail is that both CPUs see the L3 cache doubled to 4 MB.
This is not very striking considering that a leaked slide was already revealing the arrival of Intel Comet Lake-S Refresh CPUs, although reports indicated this would be for the most basic CPUs, waiting for new releases to arrive for the Intel Pentium series . and Intel Core i3.