Intel Celeron D CPU: Budget Processors from Intel Acquire Prescott Core

@ 2004/06/26
The transition of Intel’s budget processors to the new 90nm Prescott core is a very important event for the CPU market. New Celeron D CPUs acquired larger L2 cache, SSE3 instructions support and faster 533MHz bus. Will these innovations be enough to turn the ugly duckling into a beautiful swan? Check out our review of the new Celeron D, including detailed performance tests and overclocking experiments!

Comment from Sidney @ 2004/06/26
>>at 3.8ghz they are barely faster then a P4 2.8 "C"<<

At half of the price or less may not be as bad. Still runs hot.
Comment from jmke @ 2004/06/26
allow me to see.. mahahahah

at 3.8ghz they are barely faster then a P4 2.8 "C"

I'm staying away from this dud
Comment from calantak @ 2004/06/26
nice overclocking beasts, they're better cpu's than they were but they can't beat a 3.2 prescott at 3.8 :still not good enough...