Intel vs. AMD: Celeron 1300 vs. Duron 1200

Detailed Comparison: Celeron 1300 Vs. Duron 1200

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ProcessorCeleron 1300Duron 1200
CPU CoreTualatinMorgan
Fabrication0.13 Micron0.18 Micron
CPU PlatformSockel 370Sockel 462
CPU Bus Clock (Front Side Bus)100 MHz100 MHz
L1-Cache32 kB128 kB
L1-Cache AccessCPU Clock SpeedCPU Clock Speed
L2 Interface256 Bit64 Bit
L2-Cache256 kB64 kB
L2 Clock SpeedCPU Clock SpeedCPU Clock Speed
L2 Cache Range64 GB64 GB
Memory Compatibility
Memory Clock Speed100 MHz133 MHz
ChipsetsIntel 815EPTVIA KT133 to KT266A
Row 15 - Cell 0 VIA Apollo 133TSiS 735
Row 16 - Cell 0 SiS 633/635TALi Magik 1
Row 17 - Cell 0 Row 17 - Cell 1 Nvidia nForce
Row 18 - Cell 0 Row 18 - Cell 1 AMD 750 and 760
3D Command Sets
3D Nownoyes
3D Now+noyes
Electrical Specifications
Multi-Processor capabilitynono
Core Voltage1,30 bis 1,65 Volt1,45 bis 1,75 Volt
Heat Production (max.)29 Watt41 Watt
Amperage (max.)50 Ampere46 Ampere
Overload Protection (Thermal Diode)yesyes
Load protection logic built into coreyesno
  • yannifb
  • disagree. tualatin celeron eats the duron, especially done right. clearly it comes out ahead in most tests, and that's without even mentioning the fact a tualatin celeron 1000a is the easiest overclock ever at 1330. also, the sis635 chipset could in fact marry this chip to DDR, which wasn't tested here.

    even without all that it still comes out ahead in many "every day" tests, and to just look at the wattage difference, the very slight extra duron oomph simply doesn't justify the fan noise. this line of celerons were the best deal in town when they came out. they are the cherries on top of the 686 cake.
  • amdfangirl
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