The computing power of the Intel Celeron M 360 from a core with 1.4 GHz clock frequency. The FSB clock is a maximum of 400 MHz, and an L2 cache with 1 MB capacity is also available to increase data processing speed. Overall, the processor is therefore suitable for everyday tasks such as office and web applications.
The use of the Intel Celeron M 360 in the notebook requires a PPGA478 socket. Especially for laptops, this is usually the easiest to check with the service manuals, which some manufacturers offer free to download. There, the model number may also be listed directly, which allows compatibility to be determined.
The Intel Celeron M 360 offers advantages especially when it comes to energy consumption. The maximum power dissipation (TDP) is only 21 watts, which means that it remains economical at all times. Note that there is no cooling unit included. This always depends on the respective notebook and should therefore be ordered separately, in order to ensure a perfect operation. You may also be able to transfer these directly from the old processor.
|Product Description||Intel Celeron M 360 - 1.40 GHz processor - PPGA478 Socket - L2 1 MB - 1 core|
|Process location type||Intel Celeron M 360|
|Nos. The kernels||1|
|Clock frequency||1.40 GHz|
|Cache||L2 1 MB|
|Max TDP||21 W|
|Scope of delivery||1x CPU, no radiator included in delivery, other accessories not included in the scope of delivery|