Intel Celeron Dual-Core microprocessor family

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Celeron D (Cedar Mill)
  • » Netburst microarchitecture
  • » 0.065 micron
  • » Budget desktop CPU
  • » Single core
  • » Up to 3.6 GHz
  • » 533 MHz FSB
  • » 512 KB L2 cache
  • » 64-bit
  • » SSE3
  • » Execute Disable bit
Socket 775
Celeron Dual-Core
  • » Core, Nehalem & Sandy Bridge microarchitecture
  • » 0.032, 0.045 & 0.065 micron
  • » Low budget desktop CPU
  • » Dual core
  • » Up to 2.8 GHz
  • » 800 MHz FSB
  • » Up to 1 MB L2 cache
  • » Up to 2 MB L3 cache
  • » Integrated graphics
  • » 64-bit
  • » SSE3, SSSE3
  • » Hyper-Threading
  • » Virtualization
Socket 1150
Socket 1155
Socket 1156
Socket 775
Celeron 400 series
  • » Single core
  • » Up to 2.2 GHz
  • » 512 KB L2 cache
Pentium Dual-Core
  • » Budget desktop CPU
  • » Up to 3.33 GHz
  • » Up to 1066 MHz FSB
  • » Up to 2 MB L2 cache
  • » Up to 3 MB L3 cache
Mobile Celeron Dual-Core
  • » Low budget mobile CPU
  • » Up to 2.2 GHz
 

For averaged performance of Celeron processors please see Intel Celeron Dual-Core multi-threading and single-threading performance pages.

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Intel Celeron Dual-Core E1200 - HH80557PG025D / BX80557E1200 / BXC80557E1200F

Celeron Dual-Core E1200 is a dual-core version of Celeron 420. Both processors are based on a Core micro-architecture, have the same core and front-side bus frequency, and the same size of L1 and L2 caches. Having one extra core, the E1200 outperforms the Celeron 420 in multi-threaded applications (in some well-designed applications by almost 100%), and, thanks to L2 cache shared between two cores, the E1200 can perform as fast as the Celeron 420 in single-threaded applications.

Having only 512 KB of level 2 cache, the Celeron E1200 processor performs 5% - 10% slower in business applications than the Pentium Dual-Core E2140, or up to 15% slower in games and other memory-intensive applications.
Intel Celeron Dual-Core E3200 - AT80571RG0561ML / BX80571E3200 / BXC80571E3200
Author: gshv
The Celeron E3200 runs at the same frequency as the Celeron E1600, but has twice larger level 2 cache. Performance of the E3200 is expected to be on a par with the Pentium Dual-Core E2220, or up to 13% faster than the Celeron E1600 in memory-intensive applications. By the way, this Celeron processor has the same processor number, core frequency and almost all other features as the unreleased Pentium Dual-Core E3200 CPU. Apparently, the E3200 was originally planned to be released under Pentium brand, but was re-branded as "Celeron" before release.
Intel Celeron Dual-Core E3300 - AT80571RG0601ML / BX80571E3300 / BXC80571E3300
Author: gshv
Celeron E3200 and E3300 are the first Celeron dual-core processors built on 0.045 micron technology. The major difference between these processors and earlier dual-core Celerons is larger 1 MB level 2 cache, and addition of Virtualization technology. These processors have 65 Watt Thermal Design Power, but, due to more modern manufacturing technology and a few additional power-saving features, are expected to run cooler than 0.065 micron Celeron Dual-Core processors.
Celeron G440, G530 and G540 dual-core microprocessors were spotted in a leaked roadmap at the end of March/beginning of April 2011. The three models are going to be the first Celerons based on Sandy Bridge microarchitecture, and it is expected that they will include core Sandy Bridge features, but will lack many intermediate and advanced features. Introduction date of these processors is the third quarter 2011. Model G540 will replace Wolfdale-based Celeron E3500, and G440/G530 chips will take place of E3400 CPU.

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Additional information


Integrated HD graphics on Intel microprocessors was introduced in Westmere group of families, and it was significantly improved since then. With more and more features added to each generation of integrated GPUs, it becomes more difficult to find out what features are supported on specific integrated graphics unit. The purpose of this article is just that: to provide a comprehensive listing of all supported features for all generations of integrated Intel GPUs.

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Intel® Celeron® Processor G1101 (2M Cache, 2.26 GHz)

2010-07-26 05:35:58
Posted by: asiabuynet

Just wonder if this processor will be posted here somewhere, many thanks!

Response: It will be posted in the next two days.
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Type:
64-bit microprocessor
Introduction:
2008
Technology (micron):
0.022 - 0.065
The number of cores:
1, 2
Frequency (GHz):
1.6 - 2.8
L3 cache size (MB):
0 - 2