Intel Celeron (Conroe-CL) microprocessor family
Celeron 445 is the only known Celeron-branded microprocessor with Conroe-CL core. As the core name suggests, it's a variation of Conroe core, and it borrows all major features from that core: Wide Dynamic Execution with ability to execute up to 4 instructions per cycle, 64 KB level 1 cache, 512 KB level 2 cache, 64-bit instruction set, and SSE/2/3 extensions with Advanced Digital Media Boost, that improves performance of 128-bit SIMD instructions. The Celeron 445 processor has only one core, and runs at 1.86 GHz. The CPU has faster FSB than Controe-L processors - 1066 MHz as opposed to 800 MHz for Celeron 400 series. The 445 model also includes Virtualization and SpeedStep technologies, which are not present on Celeron 400-series CPUs. Despite of it's brand, the Celeron 445 was designed for servers, albeit cheap ones, and therefore it is packaged in 771-land LGA package, that fits socket 771 motherboards.
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