To use the Intel Mobile Celeron T3000 CPU, the notebook needs a PGA478 socket. This can often be checked with the online resources of the OEM manufacturers, as maintenance manuals are available for download. Be sure to check the compatibility prior to purchase to avoid difficulties when you are finally using it.
The everyday performance of the Intel Mobile Celeron Dual Core T3000 comes naturally from the computing cores. The processor uses 1.8 GHz as the clock frequency, with the addition of 1 MB of L2 cache. The 64-bit command set is also included for modern operating systems, which means that all possibilities are also available.
In operation, the Intel Mobile Celeron T3000 dual-core CPU consumes a maximum of 35 watts (TDP), which is of course beneficial in the mobile segment. This will not put too much strain on the battery of the notebook and the energy efficiency is on an appropriate level. The Execute Disable bit also protects a hardware-based security function on board which is protected against malicious software.
|Model||Intel Mobile Celeron Dual Core T3000|
|Type / Form Factor||Intel Mobile Celeron Dual Core T3000|
|Number of cores||2|
|Cache Details||L2 1 MB|
|Clock frequency||1.8 GHz|
|Bus speed||800 MHz|
|Compatible processor port||PGA 478|
|Manufacturing process||45 nm|
|Thermal Design Power||35 W|
|Scope of delivery||1x CPU, no radiator included in delivery, other accessories not included in the scope of delivery|