Intel to release dual-core Celeron E1000

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Intel to release dual-core Celeron E1000 on January 20

Intel will release its first desktop dual-core Celeron series, E1000, on January 20, according to sources at motherboard makers. The first dual-core Celeron processor, the E1200, will have core frequency of 1.6 GHz, 800 MHz FSB and 512 KB L2 cache with a price of $53 in thousand-unit quantities.

Looks like it'll be a good cheap little processor, and quite possibly the consumate overclocker too...

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