Intel Celeron D...

By Cyber
Mar 25, 2006
  1. Hi guys

    I just wanted to ask how good Intel Celeron

    If I upgrade my Pentium 4 2.66 processor to a Intel Celeron D 3.06.... how good would it be... I have heard that Celeron are not so good processors, is that true? Would changing my processor give me any performance boost…?

  2. CrossFire851

    CrossFire851 TS Rookie Posts: 766

    I think it's becuse they have a slower front system bus (fsb) the a pent

    So that's why p's are better.

    Not to sure and going of the top of my head.
  3. Cyber

    Cyber TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 29

    thx... for the reply....

    i get what ur saying... but the P4 2.66 i have right now has 533 buss and the Celeron D 30.6... i'm planning to get has 533 bus as well... so i just want to know will Celeron D 3.06 will out perform my P4 2.66 or will it perform the same or worse that my P4 2.66....

  4. Liquidlen

    Liquidlen TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,094

    It's kind of like comparing a Chevette to a Caddilac. The Celerons are basic economy .Good for email, moderate Office and mid-low level games, et.In fact you probably would not notice any significant gain between th 2 processors you mentioned.
    Step up as high on the P4 list as you can afford. better yet for my money go after a Single or Dual Core they are showing promise. Maybe just wait a little while to work out some bugs.They are priced close to the p4's anyway, and the processing capabilities look really good.
  5. Peddant

    Peddant TS Rookie Posts: 1,446

  6. Cyber

    Cyber TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 29

    thanks for ur reply guys... I was planning to updrage my comp (which i was going to give to my sis & brother to share)... but since they fight a lot on comp timings so i figured y not just give him this one and build my sis one... no i dont have a lot of money to spend... cuz i just spend over $300 on this dell for have upgrading and stuff...(i wish i didn't)... so i'm not planning to build a hight end comp since my sis only uses it for email and "Photoshop" no games lol... i have come up with built... it not one of the good ones but i think it fits my bujet...

    Intel D865GVHZL Intel Socket 478 Motherboard MicroATX Motherboard with an Intel Celeron D 345 3.06GHz OEM Processor & 512MB PC3200 Memory

    Ultra 512MB PC3200 DDR 400MHz CL3 Memory

    Hyvision MV177 / 17" / 8ms / SXGA / 1280x1024 / Black / LCD Monitor

    Western Digital / 80GB / 7200 / ATA-100 / EIDE / OEM / Hard Drive
    ____________________________________________________________ not too sure... but i have two in mind
    Diablo ATX Mid-Tower Case with 450Watt Power Supply, Front Neon Lights, Front USB and Audio Ports

    Power Up Digital 2528 Silver ATX Mid-Tower Case with Fan Controller, Front USB & Audio Ports and 400-Watt 24-Pin Power Supply

    i think this will meet her needs....i can see the mobo has noo agp slot but ithink intergrated video is good enough.... oh and i allready have a dvd rom and a CD writer so i dont have to wrry abt any optical drives...any ways i realy realy need ur help this my first comp that i will build my self... i'm a bit excited but a bit scared that i don't want to spend money on something crapy... and sit down later and cry... lol... ai guys if u can come up with some thig better please tell me... my buject includes the tax... so u can see how tight it is...

    thanks in advance
    cyber :)
  7. CrossFire851

    CrossFire851 TS Rookie Posts: 766

    Nice parts should browse nicely...

    Best of Wishes...
  8. Cyber

    Cyber TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 29

    aii thanks for your reply guys... i have orderd the parts... i hope it turns out to be a nice / solid pc and if i get any problum while building it i will post it here... thx again.

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