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New processors from Intel

Posted: 05 Jul 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:intel? celeron d? processor 351? extended memory 64 technology? em64t?

With the introduction of the Celeron D processor 351, Intel Corp. now has Intel Extended Memory 64 Technology (Intel EM64T), or 64-bit memory addressability, available throughout its entire desktop and server processor lines.

The Celeron D processor 351, when combined with an Intel 915 or 910 Express chipset-based platform, delivers a balanced level of technology and value for desktop PCs while also expanding 64-bit support. With features such as Intel High Definition Audio supporting 7.1 surround sound and the company's Graphics Media Accelerator 900 (Intel GMA 900) for improved graphics capabilities, consumers can experience crisp pictures and theater-quality sound when doing such things as surfing the Web, playing basic games, doing e-mails, creating word-processing documents, tracking home finances and using education software, said the press release.

Based on Intel's 90nm process technology and available in the LGA775 package, the Celeron D processor 351 features a 256KB Level 2 cache, a 533MHz system bus, a processor speed of 3.20GHz, and support for the Execute Disable Bit.

The company also announced its Celeron D processor 350. Housed in the mPGA478 package, this processor features a 256KB Level 2 cache, a 533MHz system bus, and has a processor speed of 3.20GHz. However, this device does not support Intel EM64T and is compatible with Intel 910 Express chipset-based platforms as well as Intel 845 and 865 chipset-based platforms.

The new Celeron D processors 351 and 350, in addition to the new Celeron D processors supporting Intel EM64T, are available in prices that range from $73 to $127 for 1,000-unit quantities.

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