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Unique Conroe based Celeron sighted

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Posted June 30, 2007 by admin in CPU & Motherboards

As CPU-Z reveals, the unique 65nm CPU has a clock speed of 2.8GHz (14×200), 1MB of level-two cache and an operating voltage of 1.272v. InsideHW believe that the CPU will adopt the Celeron E1XXX branding system, or apply the existing 4XX naming scheme.

While there is no overclocking results, there is still a large array of gaming benchmarks including 3Dmark, COD2 and FarCry, as well as application tests such as Cinebench, WinRAR and Photoshop CS2.

At first we thought that it was a standard C2D processor. However, our surprise was immense. The first thing we noticed after putting it into use was that it had a multiplier of 14. After executing CPU-Z we understood that it was an engineer sample whose multiplier is actually unlocked all the way to the aforementioned number.



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