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Intel Celeron G1840 Haswell Dual-Core 2.8 GHz LGA 1150 53W BX80646G1840 Desktop Processor Intel HD Graphics

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The Intel Celeron G1840 processor is based on the new 22nm Haswell Microarchitecture for improved CPU performance. State-of-the-art power management innovations help keep power consumption in check. The virtualization technology enables better productivity and manageability. Advanced Intel integrated graphics enables discrete-level graphics performance. Extract more power from your Haswell core-based processor.

  • newegg Haswell Microarchitecture on 22nm process The new Microarchitecture (code name Haswell) has full integrated voltage regulator (FIVR) for simplified motherboard design. It delivers improved CPU performance and enhanced overclocking over its previous generation Microarchitecture.
  • newegg Intel processor graphics with Dx11.1 & OPenCL 1.2 Haswell core-based processors offer improved integrated graphics. The integrated graphics supports DirectX 11.1 for optimized graphics performance and OpenGL 3.2 & OpenCL 1.2 for enhanced general purpose computing in GPGPU supported applications. It also features digital display repartition, where digital display ports are wired directly to the CPU and analog displays are handled by a Random Access Memory Digital-to-Analog Converter (RAMDAC) located in the Platform Controller Hub (PCH). It supports up to three independent displays: HDMI, DVI, Display Port, VGA (via Lynx Point).
  • newegg Intel Virtualization Technology (Intel VT) With Intel VT, one hardware platform functions as multiple "virtual" platforms. For business, Intel VT offers improved manageability, limiting downtime and maintaining worker productivity by isolating computing activities into separate partitions. In the home, Intel VT allows creating unique user environments for multiple family members using the same platform simultaneously.
  • newegg Haswell power management innovation Haswell core-based processors offer advanced power management. It has 20x + improvement from prior generation and is automatic, continuous, fine-grained, transparent to well written SW.

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  • Stephen C.
  • 5/22/2016 9:44:29 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsLow price CPU - works well for HTPC

Pros: Forty-eight bux
Running my living room HTPC with a BIOSTAR H81MHV3 motherboard
No issues with heat or fan noise, even in a case with poor airflow
1080p video smooth as silk

Cons: Stock heatsink/fan is nothing to shout about, but probably sufficient with this CPU

Other Thoughts: I bought this Celeron to replace the G3258 I'd had in my HTPC when I realized how silly it was to use a G3258 in an HTPC. I was looking for something cool, quiet and energy efficient. This little fella did the trick. Running in an older Antec Aria case which does NOT ventilate well, it still maintains about a 28-30 degree temp running Kodibuntu. Plays HD video with just the onboard graphics and never stutters. The heatsink that comes with it is the non-copper-core variety, but no worries. I'm very pleased with this Celeron, especially since I have traditionally disliked them. Haswell is really a solid line of CPU's and this one is no exception.

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  • David P.
  • 5/11/2016 8:03:23 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsExactly As Advertised

Pros: Works well
Runs Cool
Can Transcode a single 1080 Stream

Cons: No embedded option like previous Celerons

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  • Joshua S.
  • 4/22/2016 2:25:02 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBest bang for buck

Pros: Installed in an HTPC and it is PERFECT for the task. Paired with an AMD 6550 I picked up for $30.00 and 2x2 GBs of low latency DDR3 1333 RAM, which the $50.00 motherboard allows to run at the rated XMP profiles even though the processor is native to 1066mHz DDR3. With a 128Gb SSD, the thing boots up Windows7 Ultimate 64-bit in about 20 seconds, and applications launch immediately from the moment I click them. Not bad for a $200.00 computer. Beats the pants off of a ROKU or other such packaged media device. (But you get what you pay for since those are $100.00 and some change cheaper than my build...)

It WILL play games. Skyrim plays fine... But this is not for EVERY game out there. Some games will not be handled on a $45.00 processor. I recommend spending the extra $20-30 for the Haswell or Skylake Pentium CPU's for building a budget gaming system.

Cons: None. This is not a heavy-duty multi-tasker, but that is not really a con at this price point. You get what you pay for, and for $45.00 you are getting a LOT of value here.

Other Thoughts: I would buy this again in a heartbeat. This is a perfect HTPC CPU. I chose this over a newer Skylake CPU (which has better integrated graphics) because I already had some DDR3 RAM from my old computer and so I saved $20.00 on RAM, and spent the money on a dedicated graphics card instead (to save CPU resources). If you are building an HTPC completely from scratch, just build on a skylake (socket 1151) and skip the dedicated video card. Trust me on this one, it will be fine.

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  • Misty M.
  • 4/20/2016 4:20:39 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsIntel Celeron G1840

Pros: It is faster than expected

Cons: N/A

Other Thoughts: Powerful CPU if temperature is your concern.

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  • Jonathan H.
  • 12/1/2015 5:41:12 AM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsPackaging was badly done.

Pros: Very good processor for a business build pc, waiting on other parts to come in to test. Will update then.

Cons: This item came horribly packaged. It was in a cardboard box and the processor with no support or shock absorption what so ever. There was no bubble wrap, or even beads, it was just smacking around inside the box. I hold newegg at a prestige for being able to get my electronics to me safely, and I was dissapointed with this one.

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  • Jake M.
  • 9/29/2015 10:41:30 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsServer CPU

Pros: Low cost CPU for Intel based server
Low power and heat output
Great performance for price
Supports ECC. No need to buy a Xeon CPU for server applications. If you need a server CPU that supports ECC RAM but don't want to pay the higher cost for a high performance Xeon part, look no further.

Cons: None

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  • Anonymous
  • 8/25/2015 11:40:35 PM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: very cheap cpu, dont be fooled because its a celeron. since its a haswell its performance is much higher then you would expect.

for some reason in most benchmarks this goes toe to toe with the pentium version above it.

some people say you cant overclock with this cpu, they just mean you cant change multiplier. you can still do generic baseclock overclocking like normal.

Cons: stock cooler has no copper core, but cpu runs so cold i dont think it needs one.

Other Thoughts: cheap cpu for any casual/light loads. at this day and age haswells even if a celeron has enough muscle to get the job done. pair it with an ssd and you have a very strong office machine, the integrated graphics meet the minimum spec for some games too.

gets 40c idle with pre applied thermal compound at 37% fan speed. thing runs close to 53c for the general load i put on it. fan is inaudible.

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5 out of 5 eggsA surprising well performing office processor

Pros: - Very Affordable for PC builders in a tight budget
- Good performance for the price
- Doesn't use too much power and consistently cool temperatures

Cons: - Playing games while doing moderate multi-tasking hurts the performance quite a bit depending what specs you have on your PC.
- Non-Overclockable (Though it's not a big loss since I didn't plan on overclocking anytime soon)

Other Thoughts: I have build a budget office/gaming PC to replace my 7 year old Acer Aspire Desktop computer. I was very surprised that the PC performed very well on games like Race Driver Grid and Grid Autosport. I was under a tight budget at the time and I planned on re-using the old MicroATX case I found two years ago, the sata DVD Drive, and so forth.

Intel Celeron G1840
Asus H81M-A
Crucial 4GB DDR3 1600mhz
Western Digital 1TB Hard Drive
PowerColor Radeon HD 7770 1GB GDDR5
HP Pavilion MicroATX case
Antec VP450

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  • Carol H.
  • 4/29/2015 2:20:29 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsPrefect for daily tasks

Pros: -Runs very cool with stock cooler
-Boots very fast even with an HDD
-Really good performance for daily tasks like web browsing, documents, streaming video
-Easy choice for budget/office builds that won't be used for gaming. Uses 53 watts of power!
-Not listed here: This processor supports ECC memory! Check intel's website. Usually you don't see this except in $200+ Xeon server processors. This would be an interesting choice for a home server, and again, this processor consumes almost no power and runs dead cool.

Cons: -No hyperthreading (not expected at this price point)

Other Thoughts: Used this CPU to build a computer for my mother and replace her 10 year old dell. Was really surprised at how much value intel is packing in celerons these days. This little bugger with 4 gigs of DDR3 RAM and a 5900 RPM SATA 2 Hard Drive boots up in under 20 seconds. All basic apps boot quickly, documents are laggy by no means. This is a really solid processor for regular, daily usage. As mentioned, I saw on intel's website this processor supports ECC memory! Intel usually reserves this feature for Xeons that run 200-5000 dollars. This would be a really solid choice for a home server with ECC memory and only 53 watts of power usage.

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  • Zack C.
  • 12/29/2014 9:59:11 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAmazing value

Pros: Celeron used to mean compromise, now seems to mean best-value-going. Get a Socket 1150 rig up and running while waiting for news on Broadwell? Perfect!

Running 24-27 C with antivirus and internet load, tops out at 47 C after 3 Linpack cycles. Stock cooler is completely adequate. HD video is flawless. Sub 10 second boot times with SSD.

Cons: OC'd Celerons could be tons of fun! Why not an unlocked Celeron to pit against the Pentium G3258?

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