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Intel� Celeron� Processor Intel Celeron Processor Tech Details

Tech Specs

Processor core speeds

1.80GHz, 1.70GHz, 1.40GHz, 1.30GHz, 1.20GHz, 1.10GHz, 1GHz, 950MHz, 900MHz, 850MHz
Compatibility Fully compatible with an entire library of PC software based on operating systems such as MS-DOS*, Windows* 3.1, Windows for Workgroups* 3.11, Windows 98, Windows 95, OS/2*, UnixWare*, SCO UNIX*, Windows NT, Windows 2000, OPENSTEP*, and Sun Solaris*.
System Bus up to 400 MHz
Cache Level 1 Cache: 32K (16K for infrastructure and 16K for data)
Level 2 Cache: 128 KB Advanced Transfer Cache on frequencies 1.10 GHz and below.
256 KB Advanced Transfer Cache on the 1.20 GHz frequency parts
Desktop Board Choose from our list of current desktop boards.
Chipset Choose from our list of current chipsets for value platforms
Packages Single Edge Contact Cartridge 2 (S.E.C.C.2), Flip-Chip Pin Grid Array (FC-PGA) and Flip-Chip Pin Grid Array 2 (FC-PGA2)
Micron process technology 0.13 and 0.18 micron manufacturing processes

Features and Benefits

Multiple branch prediction

Predicts program execution through multiple branches, accelerating the flow of work to the processor.
Data flow analysis Creates an optimized, reordered schedule of instructions by analyzing data dependencies between instructions.
Speculative execution Carries out instruction execution speculatively, ensuring superscalar execution units remain busy, boosting overall performance.
Non-Blocking Level 1 Cache Fast access to the recently used data, increasing the overall performance of the system
128 KB Level 2 Advanced Transfer Cache Higher data bandwidth interface between the level 2 cache and the processor core reduces latency interface to cache data
to top of page Internet Streaming SIMD Extensions Higher resolution images viewed and manipulated, high quality audio, MPEG2 video, and simultaneous MPEG2 encoding and decoding, reduced CPU utilization for speech recognition, as well as higher accuracy and faster response times
Dual Independent Bus (DIB) Frees system bus from cache traffic, providing higher overall system bandwidth, improved system performance and scalability
Up to 100 MHz System Bus Increases bandwidth availability, providing a performance boost for multi-tasking operating systems and multimedia applications
Intel� MMX� Technology Enhances the performance and quality of media-rich applications
Performance Highlights

  • Generates high quality images, audio and MPEG2 video using SSE2
  • Supports a range of multimedia and communications applications using MMX Technology
  • Provides a higher data bandwidth interface between the Level 2 cache and the processor core
  • Delivers quality and reliability you'd expect from Intel Corporation
    See Celeron� processor performance benchmarks.

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