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Intel Set to Boost Performance of Celeron D Chips
Intel Corp. will begin shipments of its Celeron D processors based on the code-named Cedar Mill core, which will allow the world’s largest supplier of x86 chips to increase performance of its low-cost chips by increasing cache size and clock-speed potential for the products.
Santa Clara, California-based Intel will unveil its Intel Celeron D processors 352 and 356 that will operate at 3.20GHz and 3.33GHz respectively and will employ 512KB of level two cache on the 28th of May, 2006, according to a news-story published by HKEPC web-site. Current Intel Celeron D chips integrate 256KB of L2 cache and operate using 533MHz processor system bus. In the third quarter of the year Intel will increase clock-speed of the Celeron D to 3.46GHz with the Celeron D model 360.
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