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Intel P4 celeron chips

Ralph Wade Phillips
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> P4 and Celeron are two different products made by the same company.
> Analogous to Camry and Prius, which are both made by Toyota. Get it?

Not quite - think "F150" and "F150 Lariat" for the Celeron and P4

Same core in both.


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"Ralph Wade Phillips" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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: > I don't get it,when I mention the above, peoples reaction are stay away
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: > can someone tell me whats wrong with these?

watch the Celeron desktops. Quite a few use onboard parts. Celeron is
just a cheaper chip. (cheaper desktop)
Stay away if you want to upgrade to good cards. Or make sure to check that
you will have a few extra slots. All around it is a slow computer.

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