For the commissioning of the Intel Celeron 440, your computer or its main board requires a LGA 775 socket. Corresponding data are usually found in the data sheet or in the manual of the PC system. The maximum power loss with only 35 watts (TDP) is also pleasantly low, which is why the processor is also suitable for particularly compact computers which use rather weak power supplies.
The Intel Celeron 440 impresses with the CPU core and a clock frequency of 2.0 GHz. However, a 512 KB L2 cache is also used and the FSB clock is 800 MHz. For many activities in everyday life, the processor offers enough power, especially since it achieves an ideal price / performance ratio.
In addition to the 64-bit command set, Intel has integrated additional technologies in the Celeron 440 desktop processor. This includes the thermal monitoring technology to protect against overheating, as well as the executable disable bit. The latter is a hardware-based security function that reduces the risk of virus infections and protects against malicious software.
|Model||Intel Celeron 440|
|Type / Form Factor||Intel Celeron 440|
|Cache Memory Details||512KB L2|
|Bus Speed||800 MHz|
|Compatible Processor Socket||LGA775 Socket|
|Production Process||65 nm|
|Thermal Design Power||35 W|
|Temperature Specifications||60.4 ° C|
|Delivery Content||1x CPU, no Cooler included, further Accessories not included|