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x86 family 15 model 1 stepping 2

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Hi, I need to know what kind of proccessor is this: x86 family 15 model 1 stepping 2 Genuineintel

is it a pentium 4? a Celeron? is it a good proccesor? whats the difference from a x86 family 15 model 1 stepping 4? whats the difference froma  pentium 4?

Im very new to this.

Thanks in advance
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x86 family 15 model 1 stepping 2 is a pentium IV yes

If you want to identify it for yourself I suggest you use a program like AIDA32 => http://www.aida32.hu

>whats the difference from a x86 family 15 model 1 stepping 4?
That processor doesn't exist, so I can't tell you.

LucF
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thanks
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You're welcome
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