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Intel Celeron 667MHz

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The Celeron II is based on a .18 micron process and uses a FC-PGA package. It has 32KB of L1 cache and a 256-bit wide bus for its 128KB of on-die L2 cache running at core speed. At 667MHz, it uses a 10x multiplier. Comes with SSE SIMD instructions.

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Intel Celeron 667MHz Review Tom's Hardware -- Sep 25 '00

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"Despite a relatively high frequency, it still failed to show something extraordinary in any of the tests run: it didn't beat the youngest Intel Pentium III on Coppermine."

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