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Comment: Re:the FUTURE (Score 1) 342

by reassor (#11990040) Attached to: Faulty Chips Might Just be 'Good Enough'
Currently, some of the Celeron D's are just Pentium 4's with a bank of L2 cache disabled (presumably because that bank didn't pass quality control). I have yet to hear of anyone who has managed to reenable the bank and get themselves a full blown P4 out of it.

I just bought a Celeron D for 100$ less then the "same" P4 Prescot CPU.I had before lots of Researching like "Power or Money Saving".As I already know,older P4's are somewhat "disabled" to get Celerons out of it.So I like the Direction Intel give you with this kind of "Mod".And I accept it. But I wont accept 5 defective Signal Wires in a new CPU,if it makes me unable to work!

The reason computer chips are so small is computers don't eat much.

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