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Cedar Mill Celeron D vs. Pentium 4 Northwood

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November 18, 2006 8:16:59 PM

Would a Celeron D 3.46ghz with 512k L2 Cache on 533 FSB beat out a 3.0E Pentium 4 Northwood with 1mb L2 Cache on an 800FSB. The Celeron is on a 65nm process the P4 is on a 130nm. They wold both be doing gaming benchmarks. Also, what kind of overclocking would be needed to win.
November 19, 2006 3:41:17 AM

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Would a Celeron D 3.46ghz with 512k L2 Cache on 533 FSB beat out a 3.0E Pentium 4 Northwood with 1mb L2 Cache on an 800FSB. The Celeron is on a 65nm process the P4 is on a 130nm. They wold both be doing gaming benchmarks. Also, what kind of overclocking would be needed to win.


Gaming..... Maybe C-D 3.46GHz win.
November 19, 2006 3:58:45 AM

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Would a Celeron D 3.46ghz with 512k L2 Cache on 533 FSB beat out a 3.0E Pentium 4 Northwood with 1mb L2 Cache on an 800FSB. The Celeron is on a 65nm process the P4 is on a 130nm. They wold both be doing gaming benchmarks. Also, what kind of overclocking would be needed to win.
The P4 can't be both. Northwood P4's are 130nm, 3.0C/512kb L2. Prescott P4's are 90nm, 3.0E/1MB L2. :wink:
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