Intel Celeron D

This page will show all objects that are named 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(er) 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 b... > Read more

List of objects with the same chipset


Vendor
Name
Trans.
vCore
Date
Socket
sSpec
Intel
125M
1.3V
0518
S478
SL87J
Intel
125M
1,35V
0524
S478
SL88F
Intel
125M
1,35V
0420
S478
SL7C4
Intel
125M
1.35V
0530
LGA775
SL7TU
Intel
125M
1,35V
0527
S478
SL7C4
Intel
125M
1,35V
0528
S478
SL7NV
Intel
125M
1,35V
0508
LGA775
QDID
Intel
125M
1.35V
0509
LGA775
SL7TM
Intel
125M
1.35V
0509
LGA775
SL7TV
Intel
125M
1,35V
0440
S478
SL7DL
Intel
125M
1,35V
0342
LGA775
QJ23ES
Intel
125M
1,35V
0427
S478
SL7C7
Intel
125M
1,35V
0553
LGA775
SL8PP
Intel
125M
1,35V
0407
LGA775
Q23M
Intel
125M
1.35V
0544
LGA775
SL8H9
Intel
125M
1,35V
0423
S478
SL7E2
Intel
125M
1,35V
0419
S478
SL7E3
Intel
125M
1.25V
0430
S478
SL7DS
Intel
125M
1,35V
0350
LGA775
Q45A
Intel
125M
1,35V
0412
S478
SL7D8
Intel
125M
1.35V
0527
LGA775
SL7TW
Intel
125M
1,35V
0505
LGA775
SL7PR
Intel
125M
1,35V
0434
S478
SL7Q9
Intel
125M
1.35V
0605
LGA775
SL8HB
Intel
125M
1,35V
0415
S478
SL79L
Intel
125M
1,35V
0438
LGA775
SL7KK
Intel
125M
1,35V
0517
LGA775
SL7PU
Intel
169M
1,35V
0603
LGA775
SL7Z9
Intel
169M
1,35V
0543
LGA775
SL7Z9
Intel
169M
1,35V
0445
LGA775
QDGV
Intel
125M
1,35V
0346
S478
QJ85
Intel
125M
1,35V
0435
LGA775
QDZPES
Intel
125M
1,35V
0540
LGA775
SL7TY
Intel
125M
1,35V
0426
LGA775
Q46Z
Intel
125M
1,35V
0421
S478
SL7E5
Intel
125M
1,35V
0449
LGA775
SL7PW
Intel
125M
1,35V
0421
LGA775
SL7J7
Intel
169M
1,35V
0517
LGA775
SL7Z8
Intel
125M
1,35V
0434
S478
SL7E5
Intel
125M
1,35V
0404
LGA775
Q01M
Intel
125M
1,35V
0346
S478
QJ86
Intel
125M
1,35V
0519
LGA775
QFNH
Intel
188M
1,25V
0617
LGA775
QQIG
Intel
169M
1,35V
0440
LGA775
QDGHES
Intel
125M
1,35V
0408
LGA775
QQ56
Intel
125M
1,35V
0519
LGA775
QFIL
Intel
125M
1,35V
0411
LGA775
QQ44ES
Intel
125M
1.35V
0408
LGA775
QQ50ES
Intel
125M
1,35V
0426
LGA775
Q75Y
Intel
125M
1,35V
0437
LGA775
Q76Y
Intel
169M
1,35V
0440
LGA775
QDGD
Intel
188M
1,25V
0617
LGA775
QQIA
Intel
125M
1,35V
0435
LGA775
Q65YES
Intel
169M
1,35V
0503
LGA775
QEBM
Intel
N/A
12V
0445
LGA775
QEGUTV
Intel
N/A
12V
0742
LGA775
L8F7
Intel
188M
1.25V
0617
LGA775
QQHU
Intel
188M
1.25V
0739
LGA775
SL9KG
Intel
188M
1,35V
0645
LGA775
SL9KM
Intel
188M
1,25V
0612
LGA775
SL96J
Intel
188M
1,25V
0604
LGA775
QMRM
Intel
188M
1.25V
0603
LGA775
QMRJ