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Pay less for more

Advantages: Cheap, reasonable performance and highly overclockable
Disadvantages: intel roll out new ones so fast, the older ones are obsolete in a week!

I've had the personal pleasure of working with 3 celerons (2 different models) since venturing into the world of PC's. A slot 1 333mhz was my first encounter and the first processor I ever overclocked. When I decided the time was growing near for an ...

Wile-E 07.08.2001 · Read full review
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Celeron 533mhz - not recomended

Advantages: Cheap processor
Disadvantages: Slow, small cache,

I have mixed experiences with these processors, In comparison to AMD's chips, Im afraid Celeron processors do not compare. My AMD K6-2/450 which worked without fault, was sold and replaced with a Celeron 533Mhz which at the time was of similar cost. Ce ...

Neil2k 22.12.2000 · Read full review
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A little dated - but still reliable

Advantages: Proven track record.
Disadvantages: A little dated.

The Celeron does not have the brand name punch that the Pentium does, but, none the less, it a solid and reliable chip. It doesn’t have any problems with floating point division either! This chip is getting a little dated now and I wouldn’t advice anyo ...

Manx 04.12.2000 · Read full review
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good overclocker

Advantages: good overclocker
Disadvantages: not as good as duron

The Celeron has been around for a while now and, due to the fact that it is a cut-down version of the Pentium 3 that runs at a slower bus speed (66MHz for the Celeron compared to 100 MHz for the P3), with a little TLC and a lot of cooling, it can often be ...

craigy 21.08.2001 · Read full review
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Celeron II - A gone wrong PIII

Advantages: Pretty fast, PIII core
Disadvantages: Not cheap in budget terms

The bosses at Intel have finally decided that they cant waste any processors any more. Its takes too much money and time in the industry to manufacture too many chips because they dont have many fabrication plants to do the job. Basically they had to find ...

thepanther 01.10.2000 · Read full review
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