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Thread: 65nm Celeron-M 3.1G on Air, pi_1m = 21sec , beat Dothan with ease!

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    65nm Celeron-M 3.1G on Air, pi_1m = 21sec , beat Dothan with ease!

    Celeron-M 430
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    based on Yonah , but is a solo with 1M_L2 Cache.


    1.5v 3.1G on Air

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    Cool, there's some power in that celeron for sure Got any 3D benches?

    Just realized that it's close to AMD WR
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    Wow, thats incredible. What time does a dothan get at 3.1ghz, like 25's?

    Nice job victor
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    That's just too good to be thruth

    Some nice power in that celly...

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    Man Victor you got all the goods here on XS

    Who would have thought a Celeron M could do so well.

    Are you allowed to take some photo's of your rig ? Or is some hardware uder NDA

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    Thats friggin awsome ... incredible results. BTW, run some 3d too .
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    I wonder what the max clock for one of those are? Will probably get limited due to fsb
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    Thats a crazy little chip victor! Real nice 1m for clock speeds.

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    I'll take some photos if you guys wants to see.
    These are not under NDA.

    I think my Aopen 975x has some problem.
    Tested T2600/2500/2400/2300/CM430, no one can get over 241fsb.
    I've tried lower the M/P by GCPUID and pull up the fsb by the remote cotroll.
    but.... all failed when hit 242fsb.

    that's really sucks !
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    Maybe you need to get more volts on the NB?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NiCKE^
    Maybe you need to get more volts on the NB?
    1.575v vchip
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    Here it comes... I want an Intel rig next.

    I can not beleive how many times I've gone back and forth but I go where the bang-for-the-buck is and if your results are for a "lowly" Celeron... then I'm sold.

    Thanks for doing a bang-up job on all your processor tests!





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    Quote Originally Posted by Chodder
    Wow, thats incredible. What time does a dothan get at 3.1ghz, like 25's?

    Nice job victor
    under 24s @ 3,1GHz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff
    Here it comes... I want an Intel rig next.

    I can not beleive how many times I've gone back and forth but I go where the bang-for-the-buck is and if your results are for a "lowly" Celeron... then I'm sold.

    Thanks for doing a bang-up job on all your processor tests!
    yep

    awsome results.

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    and......some more :

    1. pi_8m





    2. 3Dmark05





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    Wow, all that on a budget chip.

    Victor is this a ES chip, or just a normal production chip?

    Looking good
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    Impressive results for such a low-end cpu.

    Thanks for supplying all the great benches over the weekend VW, not only this, but all the other threads on conroe/yonah etc. Just how many rigs do you have running atm.?
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    I wonder how much would it cost

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    cheap
    next person who says celerons are slow

    will need a wip in

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    I wonder why it's quite a bit faster than a Dothan at the same clockspeed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IvanAndreevich
    I wonder why it's quite a bit faster than a Dothan at the same clockspeed.
    65nm vs 90nm
    Intel just throwing out processors left and right in all price ranges. They took the early 65nm advantage. Not to mention they're processors are kickin ass.
    and so far, th is yonah based procesesor can OC LIKE A MOTHER.. 1.7 to 3G on air

    what are the temps like?
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    Holy ! That is a fast budget cpu for sure!
    Intel FTW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by n91htmare
    65nm vs 90nm
    Intel just throwing out processors left and right in all price ranges. They took the early 65nm advantage. Not to mention they're processors are kickin ass.
    and so far, th is yonah based procesesor can OC LIKE A MOTHER.. 1.7 to 3G on air

    what are the temps like?

    its not the 65nm advantage. Look at 9XX series... sure, it is better but no monster.

    The core processor is just a monster
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    Impressive Celery !!!

    Good Job Victor

    The idea for avaibility a Celery yonah M410/M430 ?

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    are these scheduled to come out at the same time as the conroe's? or are they scheduled to come out sooner?

    i've been away from the scene for a while and intel is all "yea lookit all this new stuff we made, it rocks". what gives?

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