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Sempron vs. Celeron D
Author: Cássio Lima
Type: Tutorials Last Updated: September 8, 2005
Page: 2 of 4
Celeron D

Celeron D is based on Pentium 4 with Prescott core, uses 90 nanometres technology, 16 KB of L1 cache, 256 KB of L2 cache, runs externally at 533 MHz (133 MHz transferring four data per clock tick), support to SSE3 multimedia instructions and Execute Disable technology, FC-PGA2 package, 478- or 775-pin socket, and can be found with clocks from 2.53 GHz to 3.2 GHz.

On the chart below, we listed the Celeron D models available.

Processor

Internal Clock

External Clock

L2 Cache

Socket

Hyper-Threading

350

3.2 GHz

533 MHz

256 KB

478 or 775

No

345

3.06 GHz

533 MHz

256 KB

478 or 775

No

340

2.93 GHz

533 MHz

256 KB

478 or 775

No

335

2.80 GHz

533 MHz

256 KB

478 or 775

No

330

2.66 GHz

533 MHz

256 KB

478 or 775

No

325

2.53 GHz

533 MHz

256 KB

478 or 775

No

For more information on Celeron processors, read our tutorial All Celeron Models.

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