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Community Level 4duck1979


fast & cheap

AdvantagesFast for a base model processor

DisadvantagesThe fan supplied is an absolute #@$*% to fit in place

"...was this particular processor, the Intel Celeron D 356 3.33GHz (LGA775) processor, which cost me £47.99 excluding the VAT.... I also spent £53.99 (excluding VAT) on an Asrock ConroeXFire-e-SATA2 (Socket 775) PCI-Express DDR2 Motherboard to plug it into, and a GeIL 1GB (2x 512MB) PC5300 667MHz Value DDR2 Dual-Channel RAM memory kit. I then proceeded to cobble the whole lot together......... everything went pretty smoothly right up to the point where ..." Read review

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Community Level 3sim_simian


if you want cheap there's a reason why

Advantagescheap, reliable good for everyday tasks.

Disadvantagesyou can't expect too much

"Got this processor in a cheap Medion pc (from tescos £300) about six months ago was intially very impressed by the frequency 3.33 ghz which sounds good. However this is deceiving to the performance of the cpu i.e. though it handles simple pc tasks such as non demanding things like the internet it often slows down and nearly constantly runs at 100% frequency or quite near that level. Game performance with this cpu is poor and will lead to low fps rates ..." Read review

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