Many alleged mention that the Pentium name will perish along with the product, but it is wrong. Intel now regenerates the Pentium series of increasingly sophisticated specifications.
Within the last 5 years not seen the signs if Intel wanted to release the latest generation of Pentium. Microprocessor giant that just busy with a series of Core i are kept fixed.
Quoted from tomshardware, Tuesday (05/24/2011), Intel has quietly released the Pentium series that have used the Sandy Bridge architecture for the desktop. Processors are:
- Pentium G620T (dual-core processor, 3MB of cache, 2.2 GHz)
- Pentium G620 (dual-core processor, 3MB of cache, 2.6 GHz)
- Pentium G840 (dual-core processor, 3MB of cache, 2.8 GHz)
- Pentium G850 (dual-core processor, 3MB of cache, 2.9 GHz)
Despite having advanced from the Sandy Bridge architecture, but all processors are sold at a price range from USD 64 to USD 86.