Home > Articles > CompTIA > A+

  • Print
  • + Share This
From the author of Celeron E-Series

Celeron E-Series

Intel has used the name "Celeron" for its low-end desktop and mobile PC processors for more than a decade. The current Celeron E-series processors feature slower clock speeds, smaller memory caches, and front-side bus speeds than Pentium E-series processors; and, like them, are based on Core 2 Duo designs.

Celeron E3000 Series

These processors have the following features:

  • Two processor cores
  • 1MB cache size
  • Supports 64-bit operating systems and applications
  • Intel VT virtualization technology
  • 800MHz front side bus
  • Based on Core 2 "Wolfdale" architecture

To learn more, see Intel's ARK website: Celeron E3000 Series Processor.

Celeron E1000 Series

These processors have the following features:

  • Two processor cores
  • 512KB cache size
  • Supports 64-bit operating systems and applications
  • 800MHz front side bus
  • Based on Core 2 "Conroe" architecture

To learn more, see Intel's ARK website: Celeron E1000 Series Processor.

  • + Share This
  • 🔖 Save To Your Account