Faster Celeron chips for cheap PCs

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Monday, 03 September, 2001


Intel is selling three faster models of its Celeron chips for inexpensive PCs. The Celerons run at speeds of 1.1 GHz, 1 GHz and 950 MHz. Intel and Advanced Micro Devices have been competing over sales in less expensive PCs. With slowing economic growth, businesses and consumers are buying more of the cheaper systems. Advanced Micro previously sold the fastest low-end chip at 1 GHz.

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