Two Celeron Processors - which one to use?

December 24, 2009 at 10:55:08
Specs: Windows XP

I have a two Celeron processors and I'm wondering which one is better. These are the two I have.

Celeron 2.7, 2700 MHz, 128 KiB, 400 MT/s Socket 478 (P/N - RK80532RC068128) and a
Celeron D 320, 2400 MHz, 256 KiB, 533 MT/s, Socket 478 (P/N - RK80546RE056256)

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They will be on this MoBo:

Anyways, to my question... I'd like to know which one will run better? From what I can tell the Celeron D 320 runs better, but since it is 300mhz slower, I'm not sure If I'm correct.

Thanks for any replies!

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December 24, 2009 at 11:20:44
The Celeron D 320 is better. Faster FSB, more cache, and SSE3. The old Northwood-core Celerons were awful, awful processors. The Celeron D isn't a great CPU by any stretch of the imagination, but it is much better than the Northwood Celly.

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December 24, 2009 at 11:22:34
Cerelon d 320 runs faster it has bigger fsb,bigger cache.

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