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|15th January 2008, 16:52||#1|
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Celeron E1200: Dual-Core Processor Almost for Free
On January 20, 2008 Intel starts selling their first dual-core processor in the budget Celeron family. Will this cause a revolution in the low-end processor market? To answer this question we carried out an extensive test session of the newcomer in our today’s review.
|15th January 2008, 21:59||#2|
Holy smokes indeed..... Would give anything if the 800FSB, 512kb L2 cache E1200 was drop in compatible with the 800FSB, 512kb L2 cache Pentium 4 2.8GHz my old rig uses. They even overclock to the same frequencies although the E1200 uses less volts.
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