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  • Price: Approx. US$192 (in lots of 1000)

    Availability: Out now

    Web: www.intel.com

    A week ago, AMD released their first Athlon-generation value processor, the Duron, in 600, 650 and 700MHz variants. The Duron's performance was strong in all benchmarks, even surpassing the classic Athlon in some cases. Today, we will take a look at the newest iterations of the Duron's competition, the Intel Celeron, which now comes in 633, 667 and 700MHz versions. We put the newest Celeron through our tests, probing it, pricking it, pushing it to the edge and back, in order to determine its worthiness. How did it stack up? Read on.

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