If Intel don't get the "nForce tram" quickly
the Celeron disappears from the face of the
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The Celeron is already dead, the PIII (Tulatin) will be for the value market and the P4 for the higher end.
|>> Im not to sure.
The celeron processor has managed to hold on. They now have an 800 MHZ version. I think we will see the celeron for at least another year or two. It is a pretty good processor, so dont be surprised if you still see them around.
|>> Sure Sure
If the price of nForce is right....
will be the best solution for oem ever.
If the performance of nForce are that who nVidia declares...
will be the best solution for gamers and power users also.
So, who want older Celeron or expensive Tualatin (You think
1GHz Tualatin is cheaper?) when is available nForce beauty
with Duron Morgan cpu???
When you have tasted a 128bit DDR.... I don't think you want
return to eat rancid 815 SDR mobos ;-)