Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Demos_sav, Oct 11, 2006.
Hey guys. I was wondering how many GHz is the oldest Pentium 4. That's all. Thanks for your help.
1.4Ghz Willamette as far as I know. Even though some product specs claim to need a 1.2GHz model instead.
The Willamette core blew though, you were better off with a Tualatin in those days.
What about laptops? What is their slowest Pentium 4 core?
Way true, the 1.3 Tualatin Celeron kicked the 1.8Ghz P4's butt! I went through upgrading 5 different P3 Slot1 systems to that, using the Abit "Slotket" - all lasted years.
The problem was finding a motherboard with native Tualatin support, Abit made only one version and what a great board that was - I think it was based on the 815 chipset, can't remember the name...
Sorry for the rant, I'm getting nostalgic
there is a 1.3ghz P4 for the skt 423, which i have on my other machine.
rambus killed it.
Thank you everybody
Rambus was good, the performance issues weren't caused by it in any way. It was just a crap core.
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