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intel celeron 466

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Maxvla

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elekt said:
i dont knoww cant you tell just by looking at the picture i linked too?
sorry i didn't check that i didn't realize it was a picture.

your s-code is SL3EH

i'll look it up real quick.
 

larva

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All the Intel chips have the clock speed clearly marked. If you look at the end of the first line of text on the bottom of the chip you notice the number 466. While the SL number is certainly a way to identify the clock speed (and more) it is not required to determine what speed cpu you have.
 

Maxvla

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larva said:
All the Intel chips have the clock speed clearly marked. If you look at the end of the first line of text on the bottom of the chip you notice the number 466. While the SL number is certainly a way to identify the clock speed (and more) it is not required to determine what speed cpu you have.
true, but you get more info when you look up the s number cause you get the stepping code as well.
 

larva

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That is what I meant by the "and more" in my statement. But it is still instructional to point out that the clock speed is clearly marked on all Intel CPU's. As you didn't tell him the stepping proceeding in this manner didn't accomplish any more than noticing the 466 rather prominantly marked on the chip itself. Looking up the SL number can reveal whether the cpu is retail or OEM, the stepping, cache size, and engineering data such as current draw and max temp ratings but it is overkill for simply determining the clock speed of the chip in question.