Intel has launched three new 90nm Celeron D processors, the 325, 330 and 335.
The processors run at 2.53GHz, 2.66GHz and 2.8GHz respectively, and come with 533MHz front side bus and 256KB Level 2 cache.
All are designed for the PGA478 socket on the 865 chipset and are aimed at the ultra-value section of the market. They cost $79, $89 and $117 per chip in lots of 1,000.
Intel is soon expected to unveil Celeron processors for its recently launched 915 and 925x chipsets, formerly codenamed Grantsdale and Alderwood.
Nintendo sales double and profits balloon by 500 per cent as Shuntaro Furukawa is appointed president
Switch console sold more than 15 million units, while SNES Classic sold more than five million
High-precision measurements of nearly 1.7 billion stars made by Gaia space observatory
Water trapped in asteroids could be the source of the Earth's seas
Latest Skip Ahead build focuses on mobile and a number of small fixes