Intel Celeron D 356

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Intel Celeron D 356
Performance Specification
CPU Speed
3.33 GHz
Physical Cores
1 cores
CPU Codename
TDP (Power)
86W
Lithography
Mobo Socket
LGA 775/ Socket T
Main Link
CPU Features
Notebook CPU
Unlocked Multiplier
L1 Cache
L2 Cache
L3 Cache
Approved
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Celeron D 356 Game Requirement Analysis
Based on the Cedar Mill Pentium 4 core, this version of the Celeron D was launched 28 May 2006,and continued the 3xx naming scheme with the Celeron D 347 (3.06 GHz), 352 (3.2 GHz), 356 (3.33 GHz), 360 (3.46 GHz), and 365 (3.6 GHz). The Cedar Mill Celeron D is largely the same as the Prescott-256, except with double the L2 cache (512 KB) and based on a 65 nm manufacturing process. The Cedar Mill-512 Celeron D is LGA 775 exclusive. The main benefits of the Cedar Mill Celerons over the Prescott Celerons are the slightly increased performance due to the larger L2 cache, higher clock rates, and less heat dissipation, with several models having a TDP lowered to 65 W from Prescott's lowest offering of 73 W.
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Release period
01-Apr-2006