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Intel Pentium G620T Processor

December 29th, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

Table : Pentium G620T Features and Specs 


Feature Pentium G620T
Core Frequency 2.20 GHz
No. Of Cores 2
Cache Organization 512 KB L2 + 3 MB L3 Cache
Turbo Frequency No Turbo
TDP Rating 35 Watts
64 Bit Support Y
Lithography 32 nm
Integrated Memory Controller DDR3-1333 Mzx
Integrated Graphics HD graphics controller, 650 MHz, Turbo 1100 Mhz


Table : Pentium G620T Benchmarking

Benchmarks Pentium G620T
PassMark Score Not available
Super Pi 2M (Lower in better) Not available
3D Mark 06 CPU Not available
Windows 7 Experience Score Not available

Some more details of Pentium G620T

The Pentium G620T is a stripped down version of the Sandy Bridge processor that will not support Hyperthreading. It is intended for the entry level to moderate performance desktop arena. G620T is a low cost processor that will take on the AMD’s low cost Athlon ii and Phenom ii dual, triple and quad core processors. The Integrated graphics runs at 650 MHz and can ramp to 1.1 GHz based upon demand

One of the areas where Sandy Bridge processors brings noticeable performance improvement is in the area of the Integrated Graphics. There is a x2 graphics improvement ( as compared to the 1st generation Nehalem architecture) processors that will mean that the need of and external discrete graphics component will not be needed in most cases. This should reduce the overall system cost in long run and simplify the design of the desktop motherboards.

Unlike the earlier two die approach, where the main processor and the graphics section were built separately with 32 nm and 45 nm technologies, the Pentium G620T processors are built with 32nm technology in complete, leading to more power efficient processor.

The Pentium G620T should have 3 MB of shared L3 cache that intel calls smart cache. The Cache memory is shared with the two processor cores as well as the Integrated Graphics. It will support virtualization technology, 64 bit instruction sets among other features.

The T subscript denotes a low power part. The Pentium G620T has a rated TDP of just 35 Watts.

Stay tuned for the benchmarking results of this processor for more information. In the meantime, ask your questions in the comment section below.

Pentium P620T was part of the CES 2011 show at Las Vegas on June 03, 2011

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  1. George
    January 1st, 2011 at 11:57 | #1

    When will the Pentium G620 launch ?