Good Old Newbie: Intel's Celeron 1.7 GHz for Socket 478

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Socket 370 is officially dead. Back at CeBIT, Intel released their new server chipset E7500 to finally replace the Pentium III Tualatin in the server segment. Now that the Pentium 4 has become faster thanks to the Northwood core and 533 MHz FSB clock, the old Willamette core is being recycled in order to push the Socket 478 platform into the low-end market as well - eventually having run all processors except Xeon on the cute socket 478. How does the new 1.7 GHz Celeron compare to its main competitor, the AMD Duron 1.3 GHz?

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