Summary: This processor flies. If you're into overclocking. I've had this baby for about a year and a half and without any issues can push it up to 3.4 G with a temp at 24 degrees c. at idle. This is my main computer brain and and would buy another one without any question.
Summary: Great processor when matched with a MSI G31TM-P21 FRYS Electronics has a great deal on them both. The processor is very overclockable! I wish Intel would of included a copper core heat sink but you cant get everything! I have gotten mine to 3192MHZ with a 266 FSB with stock cooling.
Summary: This CPU is quite a nifty one for being called a Celeron, 1 MB cache might be on lower side, but it can handle pretty much everything thrown at it, and does support Virtualization. Worth every penny. I availed Bing cashback and got it for $36 :D
Summary: This little Intel dual-core CPU won't win any benchmarks, but it does perform adequately. It is made in 45nm, so it uses a lot less power than the older 65nm technology Core-based, socket 775 CPUs. I underclocked it to 2GHz, and built a system that sips only 35W.