Intel Preps Dual-Core Celeron Microprocessors

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Multi-core chips are sweeping the processor market and single cores are becoming harder and harder to find. This trend is about to go through the roof while prices plummet to the basement. With affordability as...

Intel to launch 65nm Celeron D on May 28

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Intel on May 28 will launch its 65nm single-core Celeron D processors, based on a Cedar Mill core, and having a power consumption of about 65W, according to unspecified motherboard makers. The launch date will...

Intel Introduces 64-bit Celeron D Chips

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Intel Corp. on Monday said its latest Celeron D processors feature 64-bit capability, which enables value computers with technologies originally found in workstation and server processors. Intel’s Extended Memory 64 Technology may eventually boost performance...

Intel confirms 64-bit Celeron scheme

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Intel today publicly confirmed its AMD64-like 64-bit addressing system, EM64T, will be brought to the company's budget Celeron processor line "this year". The chip maker also revealed that its dual-core Pentium 4 processor, 'Smithfield', is...

Intel 'to cut' Celeron D, Grantsdale prices

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Intel will prune the prices of its Celeron D processors and 915-class chipsets next year, reports coming out of Taiwan claim. The Celeron D cuts will take place on Sunday, 20 February 2005, and see...

Sempron vs. Celeron D

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The budget PC market is one of those places where no one wants to admit going, but everyone does. Most of us have built a PC for our mom or sister or friend that...

Celeron D fails to identify itself properly

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Intel's Celeron D processors are reporting themselves as the older Celeron rather than the new ones. Intel made this announcement today to its OEM customers. Apparently when you boot up a computer with...

Intel accelerates its Celeron shift

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Intel has quietly made available the first member of what next year will become a new generation of mobile Celeron processors. The chipmaker has begun shipping a new 800MHz "ultra low voltage"...

Intel revs up Celeron to 2.70GHz

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AS PREDICTED, Intel introduced a Celeron microprocessor but for both desktops and for notebooks designed as desktop replacements. The introduction spells the beginning of the end of the road for its Celerons based on current...

Intel introduces Celeron @ 2GHz...

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Intel introduced the Celeron processor at 2 GHz today, priced @ $103 in 1000-unit quantities... The previous highest speed was 1.8GHz. The Intel Celeron processor at 2 GHz delivers the right combination...

Techhard compares Celeron and Duron

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Thanks Ashish for emailing us :D Just before the launch of Pentium 4 2.0A and 2.2A the Intel is also ready to rock away the the value processor lineup where it`s facing a...

Celeron losing its demand?

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When it's easy to find a great holiday deal on a PC with a high-end processor, why would anybody settle for one with an entry-level chip? That's the problem facing chip makers Intel...

Celeron VS Duron

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w00t, cheers Digital Insanity for this. TechHard has posted a review of Intel Celeron 1.2gHZ and AMD Duron 1.2gHZ yesterday. Hope you will find this useful and help you make decision on choosing either CPU...

Intel rushes out 1.2GHz Celeron

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Just one day after AMD's launch of its 1.1GHz Duron processor, Intel has released a slightly faster Celeron chip, running at 1.2GHz, in what must surely be a marketing-driven move to keep Intel ahead of...

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