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Tuesday, 04 December 2007 11:00

Dual core Celeron launches on the 20th of January

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Roadmap: First of many


Intel plans to launch a brand new Celeron Dual Core Processor, the E1200, on the 20th of January. The company plans to launch a wide range of CPUs on this date.

This particular one works at 1.60GHz times two, uses a FSB 800MHz bus and fits in LGA775 sockets. It will cost US$54 each, and we are sure that you will be able to overclock it heavily.

This CPU really looks exactly like a castrated Pentium Dual-Core processor, the E2140 to be more precise, as the only difference is that the new Celeron has 512KB of L2 cache while the Pentium dual core E2140 has 1MB.

Last modified on Wednesday, 05 December 2007 02:50
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