How do i step my L2 cache size on an Intel Celeron for max performance

I have an Intel celeron 450 that doesnt play 1080p without stuttering my question is can I step the chip cache to boost performance and if so how thanks
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  1. No you cannot change the cache as it's built into the cpu itself. Besides, that's not the cause of the stuttering. It just does not have the computing power to decode such large res fast enough for smooth video output.
  2. k1114 said:
    No you cannot change the cache as it's built into the cpu itself. Besides, that's not the cause of the stuttering. It just does not have the computing power to decode such large res fast enough for smooth video output.


    Thanks for the info k
  3. you should probably just buy a cheap pentium or celeron dual core if your motherboard supports it,this should work
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819116348
  4. That's socket 775, you should get a celeron e3200 or 3400 they are really cheap and OC over 4 GHz (if you want an upgrade that will last a while and be worth the money)

    as always, ymmv
  5. holdingholder I'm so embarrassed I didn't check that link :-/ I'm having a day here -_-'
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