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Intel Celeron D 430

$40.00 Released November, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Value - available for under $40. Good for simple computing tasks or a basic file server. Energy efficient - has a max TDP of 35 W.

The Cons:Designed for the aging LGA775 CPU socket. Only a single core - not good for multitasking. Lacks hyper-threading support.

The Intel Celeron D 430 is a "Conroe-L", Celeron D 1.8GHz microprocessor designed for Socket 775 chipsets. Designed with a 65nm architecture, it delivers single-core processing with an 800MHz frontside bus for an enhanced computing experience.

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Product Shot 2 Pivotal to the Celeron D 430 is its wide array of features, such as Intel Smart Memory Access. This allows the Celeron D 430 to optimize the use of data bandwidth from the memory subsystem, which in turn accelebrates out-of-order execution. In addition, the Celeron D 430 also hosts Intel Advanced Digital Media Boost, which accelerates the execution of Streaming SIMD EXtension (SSE) instructions to significantly improve performance on various applications, including video/audio/image processing, multimedia, encryption, and more. Perhaps most notable about the Intel Celeron D 430 microprocesser is its Execute Disable Bit, essential for providing enhanced virus protection when deployed along a supported operating system.


  • 'Conroe-L', Celeron D 1.8GHz
  • Socket 775 Chipsets
  • Single-Core Processing (800MHz FSB)
  • Intel Smart Memory Access
  • Intel Advanced Digital Media Boost
  • Execute Disable Bit


  • Processor Speed: 430 / 1.80GHz
  • Processor Interface: Socket 775
  • Processor Class: Celeron D
  • Processor Core: Conroe-L
  • Cache Size: 512KB
  • Bus Speed: 800MHz   
  • Architecture: 65 nm
  • Wattage: 35W
  • Core Stepping: A1
  • Fan: Not Included

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    value - available for under $40

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    good for simple computing tasks or a basic file server

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    energy efficient - has a max TDP of 35 W

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    supports the latest 64-bit operating systems

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    designed for the aging LGA775 CPU socket

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    only a single core - not good for multitasking

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    lacks hyper-threading support

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    doesn't include a heatsink/fan

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