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Intel� Mobile Celeron� Processor Intel� Mobile Celeron� Processor - Tech Details

Tech Specs

Processor core speeds

1.50 GHz, 1.40 GHz, 1.33 GHz, 1.20 GHz, 1.13 GHz, 1.06 GHz, 1 GHz (133 MHz FSB)
Low Volt: 733 MHz (133 MHz FSB), 650 MHz (0.13 Micron)
Ultra Low Volt: 650 MHz (0.13 Micron)
Compatibility Fully compatible with previous Intel� microprocessors, binary compatible with all applications, support for MMX� technology, support for streaming SIMD extensions
Micro-architecture Supports the Intel� architecture with Dynamic Execution and Intel architecture MMX technology
System Bus 400 MHz, 133 MHz or 100 MHz
Cache 256KB or 128KB L2 Advanced Transfer Cache
Chipset Compatible with the Intel� 440ZX, 440MX, 815EM, 830MP, 830M and 830MG

Features and Benefits

Processor core speeds up to 1.50 GHz

Great performance and reliability for entry-level notebooks
256K or 128K on-die L2 cache PC can access and store data faster, increasing speed and efficiency of program execution
SIMD Extensions Enables one command to execute an entire set of operations for more realistic 3D, video and audio
0.13-Micron Technology Allows 256K L2 cache to be accessed at full speed, improving data throughput
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Low Volt and Ultra low volt Enhanced performance and extended battery life for thin and light mini-notebooks
400 MHz PSB System Bus Fast access to system components such as memory and graphics
Micro PGA and BGA Packaging Special miniature packages enable the thinnest, lightest notebooks
Performance and Benchmarks
The mobile Celeron� processor delivers the performance for:
Business, educational and multimedia applications
Accessing the Internet
Realistic graphics
Full-screen, full-motion video
Smooth and quick operation of complex applications

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