Take advantage of the Intel Celeron D 331 a CPU for desktop PCs, which is aimed primarily at beginners. Accordingly, the processor is particularly suitable for simpler tasks and can be used primarily to repair an existing computer. The used CPU can have only optical signs of use, but works without restrictions.
To provide the necessary computing power, the Intel Celeron D 331 processor operates at its core at 2.66 GHz and also uses the 256 KB L2 cache. The FSB clock is 533 MHz, so that overall a sufficiently high performance is available, for example, to easily run web apps and similar software.
In addition to the 64-bit architecture, the Intel Celeron D 331 CPU also supports the Execute Disable bit for increased security and inactivity status. The latter is mainly used to reduce power consumption, which can be a maximum of 84 watts. If necessary, observe this value when choosing the heat sink, which is not included in the delivery.
If you use the Intel Celeron D 331 to replace a defective CPU, you can usually take over the cooling unit completely. To start up the processor, an LGA775 socket is also required on the motherboard of the PC. This can be checked, for example, in the manual or in the further manufacturer information.
||Intel Celeron D 331 (2.6GHz) Sockel775
|Type / Form Factor
||Intel Celeron D 331
|Cache Memory Details
|Bus Speed ??
|Compatible Processor Socket
|Size of the first-level cache
|Thermal Design Power
||67.7 ° C
||Advanced Transfer Cache
||1 x Processor - LGA775 Socket
||1x CPU, no Cooler included, additional accessories not included