Celeron B710 is a mobile processor from Intel released on 19 June 2011, and it is in end-of-life production status now. It belongs to Celeron family and has a Sandy Bridge architecture. This processor is built on Intel Socket G2 (988B), and uses unknown PCI express connection. 32 nm process is used in production.
Processor has 1 cores and 1 threads, with the base frequency of 1600 MHz. It has DDR3 Dual-channel memory support. As for the cache, it supports L1 64K (per core), L2 256K (per core) and L3 1.5MB (shared).