Celeron_1.7GHz
Intel Celeron 1.7GHz

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Celeron 1.7GHz Performance Specification
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1.7 GHz
1 cores
0 threads
Coppermine
64W
130nm
Socket 370
32 Bit
1.75V
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Celeron 1.7GHz Game Requirement Analysis

The next generation Celeron was the 'Coppermine-128' (sometimes known as the Celeron II). These were a derivative of Intel's Coppermine Pentium III and were released on 29 March 2000. Like the Mendocino, the Celeron-128 used 128 KB of on-chip L2 cache and was (initially) restricted to a 66 MHz Front Side Bus Speed, But the big news was the addition of SSE instructions, due to the new Coppermine core. Besides only having half the L2 cache (128 KB instead of 256 KB) and the lower FSB (66-100 MHz instead of 100-133 MHz), the Coppermine Celeron was identical to the Coppermine Pentium III.

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Celeron 1.7GHz vs Avg. AAA Game System Requirements
Avg. AAA Recommended Requirements
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Popular Game System Requirements
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Microsoft Flight Simulator 7400% 7400%
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Valorant 2476% 4331%
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Marvel's Avengers 6316% 9165%
Grand Theft Auto VI 6584% 10782%
Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout 5025% 7400%
Grounded 3815% 9165%
Death Stranding 6438% 7988%
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