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Featuring an integrated L2 cache, the Intel Celeron A processor offers superior reliability, speed, and performance. Built on Intel's advanced CMOS process technology, this retail... More
Featuring an integrated L2 cache, the Intel Celeron A processor offers superior reliability, speed, and performance. Built on Intel's advanced CMOS process technology, this retail processor offers an internal speed of 2 GHz, L2 cache size of 128 KB, and L1 cache size of 8 KB. Moreover, this Celeron A processor has a bus speed of 400 MHz. So, go ahead and get your system upgraded with the Intel Celeron A processor. Less
The Intel 820 2.8 GHz CPU works great for a single PC on a high-speed Internet connection. This Intel Pentium D processor contains a dual core, meaning that it has two cores and two threads.... More
The Intel 820 2.8 GHz CPU works great for a single PC on a high-speed Internet connection. This Intel Pentium D processor contains a dual core, meaning that it has two cores and two threads. It also includes both L1 and L2 cached memory. The L1 cached memory capacity is 32 KB, while the L2 cached memory capacity is 2 MB. An addition to the memory specifications is a 32-bit physical address extension. This processor runs optimally at a temperature of 147.4 degrees F and below, and it supports the PLGA775 socket type. The voltage range for this 2.8 GHz CPU is 1.2 volts to 1.4 volts, allowing for energy conservation. In addition, the Intel 820 features a bus/core ratio of 14, which is followed up by a maximum FSB speed of 800 MHz. The maximum manufacturing process is set at a rate of 90 nm with the maximum TDP being 95 watts. Additional enhanced features on this Intel Pentium D processor include Intel 64, Idle States, and Execute Disable Bit. Less
Key Features   
TDP - 95 W
Processor Quantity 1 1
Product Type Processor Processor
Multi-Core Technology Single-Core Dual-Core
Socket Type Socket 478/N LGA 775/Socket T
Clock Speed 2 GHz 2.8 GHz
Other Features   
Brand Intel Intel
Platform Compatibility PC PC
Architecture Features Streaming SIMD extensions 2, MMX instructions set Streaming SIMD extensions 3, Execute Disable Bit capability, Intel 64 Technology
Packaging Type FC-PGA2 -
64-bit Computing - Yes
Bus Speed FSB Speed - 400 MHz FSB Speed - 800 MHz
Manufacturing Process - 90 nm
Expansion / Connectivity   
Compatible Slots 1 x processor - Socket 478 1 x processor - LGA775 Socket
Cache Memory   
Installed Size 128 KB -
Type Advanced Transfer Cache Advanced Transfer Cache
Level 1 Size 8 KB 32 KB
Level 2 Size - 2 MB
Product Identifiers   
Processor Model Celeron Pentium D 820
UPC 5032037003537 0675900688957
Miscellaneous   
Package Type Intel Boxed OEM/tray
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Intel Celeron 2 GHz (BX80532RC2000B) Processor
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Beware while overclocking your Celeron

bychaissja Aug 11, 2000
51 Helpfuls 52 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Increased performance
Cons Moisture causing damage to hardware
Recommended it? No

Some of us overclockers have resorted to another type of cooling system, which consists of an electrically powered, active-cooling pad/heat sink mounted on the CPU. Known as a peltier cooler, the unit utilizes a heat-pump transfer method of cooling the CPU surface. Simply put, one side of the... Read full review »

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Overclocking experiences with the Celeron 566

byquigley13 Aug 7, 2000
42 Helpfuls 43 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros VERY Overclockable
Cons Not as fast as the PIII
Recommended it? Yes

Celeron II ? Overview
The new Celerons (Celeron II) are essentially a Pentium III with half of the L2 Cache disabled. Like the PIII, the new Celerons even include Intel?s SSE instructions. This can really speed up applications/games that make use of these instructions. The new Celerons are the... Read full review »

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