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Intel Celeron Dual Core E1500

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Overall 10

Intel Celeron E1500

mattisun, Ebay
11 September 2012
  • Summary: The dual-core Intel Celeron processor E1500 provides energy-efficient computing and exceptional value for embedded designs such as retail and transaction solutions, gaming, industrial automation and control, and print imaging. Featuring Intel Intelligent Power Capability, it optimizes energy usage in the two processor cores by turning on computing functions only when needed.
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Overall 10

Great Cpu for a media center

DJ HERE, Amazon
19 January 2012
  • Summary: Scores 1400 on cpu benchmark which is not bad at all! About the same as a Core 2 Duo 1.8 Ghz
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Overall 10

Cheap, energy efficient, and speedy

turboteph, Ebay
25 February 2010
  • Summary: First of all, I overclocked it with my Gigabyte mobo to 2.63GHz (to bring the RAM to 800MHz) and it works just fine that way. The CPU also downclocks itself to 1.5GHz when it's idling, which I (strangely) don't see very many other processors doing anymore. I was playing 1080p video on Youtube fullscreen with about 80% CPU utilization. Can't wait for Flash 10.1 for video card acceleration; should bring the CPU closer to 60% then.
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Overall 6

Low-End Dual-Core CPU. Great for Office/Internet. Okay for games.

Terrance S., Amazon
31 October 2009
  • Summary: I was building a low-budget Intel-Based computer and I picked this CPU since it was the cheapest dual-core offering. From the beginning, I intended to overclock the CPU by raising the FSB from 800MHz to 1066MHz, in hopes of achieving a final CPU speed of 11*266 = 2.93GHz. I wanted to do this without having to adjust voltages, since I was also using a budget motherboard.
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