Intel Celeron D

This page will show all objects that classify as Intel Celeron D, and if possible sorted on production date.


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View processor details Intel Celeron D 335 (2.8 GHz) 'SL7C7'
Intel Celeron D 335 (2.8 GHz) 'SL7C7'

The Celeron D is, in my humble opinion, the best 'Netburst'-based Celeron out there. Not that this one is very powerful (compare it with the Pentium 4 520 and Pentium D 920, they run at 2.8GHz too) but the 256KB L2 cache seems to work out quite well. Even for the 'Prescott' with it's long 31 stage p... > Read more

View processor details Intel Celeron D 355 (3.33 GHz) 'QFNH'
Intel Celeron D 355 (3.33 GHz) 'QFNH'

The latest revision of 'Prescott'-cores! The first 'Prescott' core was known to be very hot and thus consume a lot of energy. As time passed by Intel managed to enhance their production facilities and get a better chip. The result? The E0-stepping of the 'Prescott' was claimed to be 20% cooler! Quit... > Read more

View processor details Intel Celeron D 330 (2.66 GHz) 'SL7NV'
Intel Celeron D 330 (2.66 GHz) 'SL7NV'

Just like this Celeron D but one multiplier, or otherwise said, 133MHz slower.... > Read more

View processor details Intel Celeron D 346 (3.06 GHz) 'SL7TY'
Intel Celeron D 346 (3.06 GHz) 'SL7TY'

Just a regular Celeron D which did Office applications quite well.... > Read more

View processor details Intel Celeron D 352 (3.2 GHz) 'SL9KM'
Intel Celeron D 352 (3.2 GHz) 'SL9KM'

A cool running Cedar Mill processor on 65nm. Due the 'die-shrink' the CPU is more energy efficient and can obtain higher clock frequencies. An extra 256KB L2 cache (512KB in total) gives a slight performance boost as well.

In the overclockers scene these Cedar Mill Celeron's are interesting becau... > Read more