Thread: celeron speeds

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    celeron speeds

    I was just wondering, is it me, or do Celerons in general tend to have weird speeds? I mean, P4s, for example, come out usually in nice, even increments, 2.4Ghz, 2.6Ghz, 2.8Ghz, etc.... Celerons, on the other hand, seem to have, er, more interesting speeds, like 2.93Ghz.... is there a reason for that, or do Celerons also usually have nicely increments speeds?
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    might be teh FSB or or odd multi's. People that buy celey's typically see speeds. If Joe Sixpack is shopping for a new computer. He sees an AMD 2600+ for the same price as a celey 2.640, so he takes the celey, becuase its rated higher. Even though the AMD will csmack the crap of the celey.

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