Speedier Celeron, new Gateways

Intel yesterday released a new higher speed version of its Celeron chip, featuring a 433MHz clock speed.

The Celeron now comes in speeds of 333MHz, 366MHz, 400MHz and the new 433MHz, all of which feature 128K of integrated secondary cache.

Gateway has already announced the new chip is available in its G-series and GP-series of PCs. The G6-433C, for example, priced at $2499, includes a DVD III ROM drive, 17in monitor, 12.9GB hard drive, 56K data/fax modem, 8MB graphics accelerator and Boston Acoustics speakers.

Meanwhile, the $2299 GP6-433C PC, from Gateway's professional PCs series, features a 17in monitor, 8MB graphics accelerator, 8.4GB hard drive, 13/32x CD-ROM drive, PCI 10/100 Ethernet and Corel WordPerfect Suite 8.


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