Written on: 26/03/2013
i had this problem, i just could not find a toaster to get the toast that perfect golden brown colour. i had tried breville, russel hobbs,de'longhi, morphy richards and even bosch but none of them seemed to get the toast just how i wanted. i even considered getting wife but i just dont have the time, effort or money. one day during spring 2004 my friend told me about a processor that toasts like no other. i brought it adn now i dont eat anything other than toast. lol (read more)
Written on: 11/05/2008
I build a lga775 pentium 3.0GHz(pentium 320 I think) that lags in comparison to this chip. For moderate video encoding, cd/dvd ripping and serious office application use, this is the chip to go with. Most people would complain about the onboard cache memory being low. Hey, it works better than a P4 3.0Ghz single core chip, so I can't complain. My system has a 80GB hdd and 1GB(512MB x2 dual channel) ddr2 667 and I've had no problems with performance. I had it running with xp pro sp2 for 31... (read more)
Written on: 15/11/2005 by amarmish
The Celerons that Intel first introduced as a low-cost CPU alternative (266 & 300MHz versions) were basically just Pentium-II's without any L2 cache at all. This deficiency really punished Celeron performance when compared to competitive AMD and Cyrix chips. In response, subsequent Celeron versions (300A and up) were provided with 128KB of L2 cache. Though only one-quarter the size of the Pentium cache, it was built to run at the full speed of the respective CPU, rather than at half-speed,... (read more)
Written on: 14/03/2004 by rburgess2003 (14 reviews written)
It's right, the Intel Celeron is a poor man's pentium - good for internet or the odd games, mind you, i have still got my 600mzh celeron in my drawer, i like my p3, mind you the celeron is faster than amd. (read more)
Written on: 06/07/2003 by gonemini.
Basically, the celeron has always been the poor mans pentium, and always will be. It has the same specs in general as the pentium, just a much smaller l2 cache. I have been a celeron fan forever, mostly because the price, I find that all intel processors are far superior to AMD processors, because they don't kill the motherboards, and arn't picky about the power supplies. (read more)
Written on: 14/05/2002 by Fraser.
The latest Intel celeron's are actually very good for a budget processor. Using the PIII core instead of the older celeron's PII core, the processor performs pretty much the same as the PIII. Slightly slower due to less L2 cache, 128Kb instead of 256Kb.
This processor's greatest point however is that (motherboard and memory permitting) you can over clock them by a long way! The best i have found is the PIII cored Celeron 1GHz which will clock by 150% to 1.5GHz! No bullsh*t, it will do it if... (read more)
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