Both AMD and Intel recently released new families of low cost, low TDP desktop CPUs. AMD launched the AM1 platform with Sempron and Athlon Kabini processors, while Intel released the Bay Trail-D Celeron and Pentium CPUs, recognizable by the use of the letter J on the model naming. Among the lowest-end models of each family are, respectively, the AMD Sempron 2650, and the Intel Celeron J1800. Let`s compare the performance of those CPUs and discover which one is the best buy in the low-end market segment."
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