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Hello Experets,
I just installed an Intel  celeron CPU G1610 2.6Ghz 2.6 Ghz
in the same LAN with a core I3 3.3 GHz 3300 MHz 2 core 4 logical pro

the last one has been working for two years already,
the fact is the celeron is clearly faster tan the core i3...much faster when comunicating with our server small business server 2011 essentials.

What can I do to recover the I3's speed without having to format or re-install ?
please your guide on recovering speed for this computer.

Both stations use win 7 profesional
Regards,
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Sounds more like a NIC issue, than a CPU/Hardware issue.

What speeds are the two systems connecting at.
10/100/1000Mbps?
Wired, wireless?
Are they running through the same switches/routers?
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A G1610 is roughly equivalent in computational power to a 2-3 year old previous generation Core-i3 like you described ... so all other things being equal I'd expect very similar performance.

I suspect that, as coral suggested above, this is simply a difference in the NICs on the systems.    I would not be surprised if you i3 system has a 100Mb NIC, whereas the new Celeron system has a Gb NIC.

Go to Device Manager and see what it shows for the NICs on each of these two systems.
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HI, I went to "Local Area Connection" for each computer it says speed  1 Gbps,
So I guess my i3 needs a good maintenance... if I am correct then what is the best software to do so? that will recover speed? I am already unsinstalling everything we dont use there and also running ccleaner... improvement  is Little....compared to the celerons actual performance.

The LAN is on wires running on two switches
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you can run msconfig, and disable all programs at startup -  in the startup tab - for testing
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Thanks to all!!
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