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Old 26th July 2006, 01:41   #1
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Celeron D (cedarmill 65nm) gaming performance

For you all wondering how the new 65nm celeron D performs.

the highest dual prime stable clock on default voltage is 4.2ghz@1.3v.

the highest dual prime stable clock I hit on this processor is 4.8ghz@1.675v.

the Req'd Voltage on the CPU is 1.3000v.

My system is watercooled with a 120mm BIP Rad and a 240mm BI Stealth GT Rad.

:grin: Don't buy any China Celeron D 352, Manufactured on 12th week of 2006.

Old 30th July 2006, 17:17   #2
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not bad at all, good cheap gaming PC
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