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Intel Celeron 440 LGA 775 LGA775 single core 35W processor 2Ghz - $3 (Plano, Frisco)

Intel Celeron 440 LGA 775 LGA775 single core 35W processor 2Ghz - $3 (Plano, Frisco)



  Intel Celeron 440 LGA 775 LGA775 single core 35W processor 2Ghz - $3 Plano, Frisco
 

 
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Intel Celeron 440 Conroe-L 2.0GHz LGA 775 35W Single-Core Processor

Model
Brand Intel
Processors Type Desktop
Series Celeron

CPU Socket Type LGA 775

Tech Spec
Core Conroe-L
Multi-Core Single-Core
Name Celeron 440
Operating Frequency 2.0GHz
FSB 800MHz
L1 Cache 32KB+32KB
L2 Cache 512KB
Manufacturing Tech 65 nm
64 bit Support Yes
Hyper-Threading Support No
Virtualization Technology Support No
Multimedia Instruction MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSE4, EM64T
Voltage 1.0V -- 1.3375V
Thermal Design Power 35W

Intel proves that 64-bit processing doesn't have to be expensive.
Their Conroe-L based Celeron 440 has Intel 64 architecture which allows
it to address more memory when using 64 bit operating systems.
The LGA 775 socket means it can take advantage of some of the most current technologies on the market.

The Advanced Digital Media Boost improves media performance for audio, video,
image processing, multimedia and more. 128-bit SSE instructions are now handled
at 1 per clock cycle, effectively doubling the speed of execution over the previous
generation of processors.

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INTEL CELERON PROCESSOR
The Intel Celeron processor delivers a balanced level of proven technology and exceptional
value for desktop PCs. Based on a new energy-efficient microarchitecture, this Celeron
processor enables smaller, quieter, and more capable desktop PCs.
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INTEL EXTENDED MEMORY 64 TECHNOLOGY (INTEL EM64T)
Enhances next-generation IA-32 platforms with 64-bit addressability and related instructions,
allowing flexibility for both 64-bit and 32-bit applications and operating systems.
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EXECUTE DISABLE BIT (EDB)
Intel's Execute Disable Bit function can prevent certain classes of malicious "buffer overflow"
attacks when combined with a supporting operating system. Execute Disable Bit allows the processor
to classify areas of the memory where application code can execute and where it cannot. When a
malicious worm attempts to insert code into the buffer, the processor disables code execution,
preventing damage or worm propagation.

 
 
 
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