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Old 21st August 2002, 04:05   #1  |  Link
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Will CCE work on newer Celerons?

I'm expressing interest in getting a Celeron 1.7ghz and cranking it up to 2ghz+. Problem is, i remember how my old Celeron 366 wouldnt work with CCE and I was wondering if the new ones still didnt work.
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as was mostly said in the previous thread, desktop celerons faster than 533(A) will work with CCE.

that is, coppermine and tuatilin based celerons will work, and the newer P4 based celerons will work too (im pretty sure they have SSE in them still)

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as was mostly said in the previous thread, desktop celerons faster than 533(A) will work with CCE.

that is, coppermine and tuatilin based celerons will work, and the newer P4 based celerons will work too (im pretty sure they have SSE in them still)

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Not only do they have SSE in them, but they also have SSE2
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Not only do they have SSE in them, but they also have SSE2
but also this applies to P4's and P4 celerons: 'Where's the FPU?'

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