Intel Celeron D processor family
Intel Celeron D family is a new brand name for desktop Celeron processors based on NetBurst microarchitecture. The last generation of NetBurst Celeron CPUs were manufactured on 0.13 micron technology and used Northwood core. The Celeron D processors are produced on more advanced 0.09 micron (modified Prescott core, also called Prescott-256) and 0.065 micron (modified Cedar Mill core, also called Cedar Mill-512) technology.
Prescott and Cedar Mills Celeron D microprocessors have a few improvements over Northwood Celerons. The most important improvements in all versions of Celeron D microprocessors are larger size of level 2 cache, and 33% faster Front-Side Bus frequency. A number of Celeron D CPUs have additional features:
Celeron D brand was used only for desktop microprocessors, and is currently obsolete. All budget-class desktop processors at this time are branded as "Celeron". All mobile Celeron processors from Celeron D era were branded as Celeron M. There were three Celeron D CPUs that were offered as embedded parts: Celeron D 335, 341 and 352.
Celeron D processors were manufactured in 478-pin micro-PGA package for socket 478 motherboards, and 775-land LGA package for socket 775 motherboards.
At a glance
32, 64-bit microprocessor
2.13 - 3.6
L2 cache size (KB):