Question about Dell Computers & Internet
The celeron you are looking at is single core
The pentium you are looking at is dual core (this is the one you want)
They are both physically the same size, and have the same speed, but you will get ALOT better performance out of a Dual core. A Pentium Dual-Core is a real production chip, where the Celeron series is just the chips that weren't good enough to be Pentiums. Much cheaper in quality ENJOY! RATE THISOLTUION
RNJ VINOD KUMAR
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
Commonly Celeron processors are used for light desktops. They are also dual cored but have less clock speed compared to Pentium dual core processors.
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