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Intel U2300 or\and SU2300?

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August 9, 2010 8:55:33 AM

Hi there.

I bought a small laptop Asus UL20A and i can't make much sense of what cpu it uses since some sites say that it uses a u7300 at 1.2ghz which seems to be some core2solo cpu, and some others say it has a SU2300 which is a celeron 1.2ghz, but the fact is that this brings a U2300 also at 1.2ghz which doesn't seem to be any of these.

Could you give me a ideia which cpu is this and what does it compares to ? (maybe it's so low end that it needs to be compared to some older generation like pentium 4 cpus)


Thanks in advance.

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August 9, 2010 9:55:46 AM

On Asus's website, it lists the notebook as having either one of these processors:

Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor SU7300 1.3 GHz

Intel® Core™ 2 Solo Processor SU3500 1.4 GHz

Intel® Celeron® Processor SU2300/734 1.2 GHz

Go to Start, and in the search box type in 'dxdiag', and it will list what your CPU is.
August 9, 2010 11:16:56 AM

I did it already, but it says that it is a Genuine Intel U2300 (doesn't say celeron anywere), and when i google U2300 i usually found Intel Core 1.2ghz and it never relates it to celeron. Only when i google US2300, that's when i found this name related to the celeron series. Maybe U2300 = US2300 ! (?)
August 9, 2010 2:18:19 PM

Nevermind, it's solved. I feel dumb as this should have been the first thing i should have done in the first place. CPU-Z says it is a SU2300, also known as a Intel® Celeron® Processor. Although the name doesn't sound good, the performance is quite nice. I wouldn't thought it would beat an atom but not also it beats an atom, it beats my pentium 3 tualatin 1.4ghz, which was a beast back wayyy then.

New arch = more cycles per clock /o/
And less heat.
!