Take basic computing to new levels with the Intel Celeron processor dual-core. Because many software applications for everyday tasks are now designed for dual-core processors, users can be more creative and productive in the home, office, or classroom. In addition, security and virus protection often means running
more than one application at a time, and the Intel Celeron processor dual-core has the power to run them simultaneously. Based on energy-efficient microarchitecture, the Intel Celeron processor dual-core delivers superior energy-efficient dual-core performance.
Intel Intelligent Power Capability, a feature of the Intel Celeron processor dual-core, optimizes energy usage in the processor cores by turning computing functions on only when needed. This improves performance as well as the processor’s energy efficiency by operating at lower frequencies that require less
power to run. These more energy-efficient processors support smaller and quieter desktop PCs.
The Intel Celeron processor dual-core is equipped with a Digital Thermal Sensor (DTS) that enables efficient processor and platform thermal control. Thermal sensors located within the processor measure the maximum temperature on the die at any given time. The acoustic benefit of temperature monitoring is that system fans spin only as fast as needed to cool the system, and slower spinning fans generate less noise.