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  • The FPUMark scores correlate almost exactly with the core speed of the CPU, rather than benefiting from a higher FSB or larger L2 cache.

    Even the Celeron 875 using the low 83 MHz FSB scores well ahead of both the slower Celerons and the Pentium III 700. This is an important test, since many 3D games make heavy use of the FPU and may benefit greatly from the enhanced core speed of an overclocked Celeron.





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