The Intel Celeron T3300 is a dual-core CPU that uses a clock of 2.00 GHz. In addition, it uses a 1 MB cache and uses an 800 MHz FSB clock. Especially for simpler applications such as web apps, office software and the like, there is enough power available.
For better security, Intel has donated the Execute Disable bit to the Celeron T3300 dual-core processor. However, the CPU also supports the 64-bit instruction set, and with only 35 watts, the maximum power loss is pleasingly low. Thus, the computing unit also convinces in terms of energy efficiency, which is particularly advantageous in the mobile device.
To use the Intel Celeron T3300, a socket P is required. This is located on the motherboard and picks up the CPU. Whether such a processor socket is present on your notebook can usually be checked with the data sheet or the manual. The latter also describes in some cases all necessary steps for commissioning.
|Description||Intel Celeron T3300 - 2.00GHz Processor - PGA478 - 1MB Cache - 2-Core|
|Processor Type||Intel Celeron T3300|
|number. the cores||2|
|FSB Frequency||800 MHz|
|Max TDP||35 W|
|delivery||1x CPU, no cooler included, other accessories not included|