With the Intel Celeron processor B800 you get a functional, economical and of course powerful processing unit, which is especially designed for the requirements in mobile operation. So equip your notebook with the used CPU to upgrade or repair it. The technical function is of course flawless and you also benefit from the attractive price.
The Intel Celeron B800 uses two cores with 1.5 GHz clock frequency and 2 MB L3 cache. In addition, it connects up to 16 GB DDR3 memory, whereby the other hardware must also support this. This allows a sufficiently high performance to be achieved, which is suitable for many everyday activities.
Another component integrated in the Intel Celeron processor B800 is HD graphics, which operates at 650 MHz basic clock speed and dynamically adapts to up to 1.00 GHz. A maximum of two screens can be used and a dedicated graphics card is no longer required. At the power dissipation, however, the used CPU only reaches a maximum of 35 watts.
The system board of your notebook requires a PGA 988 socket to use the Intel Celeron B800 dual-core CPU. It is best to check the information in the manual to ensure compatibility. The exact procedure for commissioning is often also described there.
||Intel Pentium Processor B800 / 1.50GHz
||Intel Pentium Processor B800
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||Intel HD Graphics
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||1x CPU, cooler not included, other accessories not included