Intel Celeron


The Celeron processors introduced by Intel in 1998. These stand for reliable CPUs in the lower price segment and are therefore suitable for computers to which no high performance demands. Therefore, they are preferably installed in cheap desktop computers that are used for offices and private users. Since 2008, dual-core versions are on the market, so that applications like Office or multimedia software can be used without restrictions. Of course, they therefore support current features and... more...
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The Celeron processors introduced by Intel in 1998. These stand for reliable CPUs in the lower price segment and are therefore suitable for computers to which no high performance demands. Therefore, they are preferably installed in cheap desktop computers that are used for offices and private users. Since 2008, dual-core versions are on the market, so that applications like Office or multimedia software can be used without restrictions. Of course, they therefore support current features and hardware, such as DDR3 memory.

Processor families, the Celeron series

B8xx Series

With 2 cores and a clock speed of up to 1.9GHz, these mobile processors also support latest 64-bit operating systems, like Windows 7 and various Linux distributions. The DDR3 memory can comprise the highest 16 GB and works with 1066 or 1333 MHz. The power consumption is about 35 W, which is within the lower range, which benefits can be identified especially in power consumption. In addition, all models feature an integrated Intel HD Graphics GPU, with the multimedia applications can also use it without problems. For virtualization is also the VT-x technology available, thereby offering further application areas for the processors.

N2xxx series

The special low energy consumption from 2.5 to 7.5 W makes these processors for a wide range of mobile systems. The memory size can be 4 or 8 GB, thus ensuring a reliable system that can run standard applications without trouble. The current 64-bit instruction set and up to 4 cores round off the performance of these models. In addition, they have an integrated GPU that can be used with two independent screens.

G-series

These CPUs partly also support ECC memory, they can be used not only in desktop computers, but also in workstations and micro servers. The 35 to 65 W power consumption to drive it 2 cores at 2.8 GHz clock frequency. The tailed memory can be up to 32 GB and is therefore responsible for the majority of the applications more than adequate. Again, the GPU is integrated into the processor and supports, depending on the model, the connection of 3 screens. The latest CPUs from this series are based on the current Haswell microarchitecture, which gives it a slight advantage in efficiency.

J-series

The J- Series represents a compromise between performance and fuel consumption dar. The TDP value is only 10 W, and the 2 or 4 cores deliver 2 GHz. However, the DDR3 memory is limited to 8GB and does not offer ECC function. The GPU can handle two monitors and works with a base clock of 688 MHz. Due to the technical data, these processors

Other series

suitable for economical computer that are used for everyday user software. There are other product lines with the name Celeron, which provide different processors for different mobile devices. Mainly they find but in notebooks and desktop computers into place. For more power ranges, in many cases, even the replacement of the CPU, which is why several refurbished processors are in our range. With these, you are already saving in cost and can use them without hesitation even more years. Please help Google Translate improve quality for your language here.