4.3
1 reviews
86

Intel Celeron E1400


$53.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Well-priced for the feature set - excellent option for everyday users who spend most of their time browsing the internet and doing word processing. Sufficiently renders HD-quality video on the Windows 7 platform - great choice for users who play modern PC games or watch a lot of high-quality videos. Maintains very low operations temperatures - can reduce stock processor heat levels by up to 50%.

The Cons:3-wire fan design is incompatible with many common motherboard units - lacks speed control and tends to produce a considerable amount of noise.

The Intel Celeron E1400 is one of Intel's lower end, energy efficient dual core processors. The E1400 codenamed "Allendale", features 512KB L2 cache, a core clock speed of 2.00GHz, and a front side bus of 800 MHz.

Where to Buy

loading.. Loading latest prices from ProductWiki...

The CPU is manufactured on a 65nm die and contains 2 processor cores. Designed to be energy efficient, it has a Thermal Design Power of 65W. For the full report, refer to Intel Celeron Dual-Core.

Features

  • Core Clock Speed: 2.00GHz
  • L2 Cache: 512KB
  • Front Side Bus: 800MHz
  • Thermal Design Power: 65W
  • Socket: LGA 775
  • Release Date: January 20, 2008
  • Price: $53

User Reviews (1)

  •  
Add Pros & Cons
86
ProScore
Pros
  • 1

    Well-priced for the feature set - excellent option for everyday users who spend most of their time browsing the internet and doing word processing

  • 1

    Sufficiently renders HD-quality video on the Windows 7 platform - great choice for users who play modern PC games or watch a lot of high-quality videos

  • 1

    Maintains very low operations temperatures - can reduce stock processor heat levels by up to 50%

  • 1

    Highly overclockable - easily at performs 30 - 50% over the advertised 2GHz handling speed for comprehensive multitasking support

  • 1

    Offers dual-core functionality at a single-core price point - excellent option for inexperienced users looking to upgrade their system without breaking the bank

  • 1

    Lives up to reputable Celeron name - value and performance are unparalleled at the sub-$100 level

Cons
  • 1

    3-wire fan design is incompatible with many common motherboard units - lacks speed control and tends to produce a considerable amount of noise

Comments (0)

What's on your mind? See more ProductWiki Talk

You may also like...