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533MHz Pentium III OR 633MHz Celeron

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i have a option to select one computer from 2 options .

can any one plz tell me from

(1) 533MHz Pentium III ("X86 Family 6 Model 8 Stepping 1")
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(2) 633MHz Celeron  

which one gives better performance and speed  in win xp?
plz advice
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Question by:SusanBinoy
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by:Burbble
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The Pentium III will also, probably, be more stable than the Celeron. I have never been impressed by these processors...

For a home desktop, I would highly recommend an AMD Athlon XP -- they are incredibly reliable, and give a ton of "processor" for a relatively low cost.

-Burbble
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by:shamstar
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Im fairly certian that the celeron runs at 66Mhz FSB, while the P3 either runs at 100 or 133Mhz FSB.  The celeron has 128k L2 cache, while the P3 chip will have 256 or 512 L2 cache.  Despite the Mhz differenc, the P3 will be the faster chip as the benchmarks in Callandor's comments suggest.
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by:compuwave1
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after 8 years of working in a computer shop as a technician, i noticed that the celeron will get weak from year to year but the pentium will not
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by:Blue_Rishi
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PIII is faster...

B_R
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by:SusanBinoy
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ok yar thanks to everyone....
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by:SusanBinoy
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what is the difference(specification) between intel 810,810S,810E chipsets
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by:Blue_Rishi
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Couldn't find the 810S chipset. As for the difference between 810 and 810E:

810: PII, PIII, Celeron, socket 421, 66/100Mhz FSB, PC66/100 SDRAM, 512Mb max, supports integrated gaphics, ATA-66
810E: PIII, Celeron, socket 421, 66/100/133 FSB, PC 66/100 SDRAM, 512Mb max, supports integrated graphics, ATA-66

So the only difference is that i810E supports 133 FSB, which means you can use a 133FSB PIII proc. in it...which will be faster

Hope this anwers your question,

Blue Rishi

btw, the 810S isn't mentioned in intel's comparison sheet either, typo?

http://www.intel.com/design/chipsets/mature/?iid=PCG+devleftnav& 
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by:ptellini
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definitely the pentium over the celeron
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by:Blue_Rishi
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Although there good comments afterwards, Callandor provided the correct answer first....

Blue Rishi
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sorry yar I just forgot to accept the answer
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