Although the latest mobile Celerons
support Intel's latest SSE (Streaming
Single-Instruction-Multiple-Data Extensions) multimedia
instructions found also in the Pentium-III,
the Celeron-466 upgrade option
for your 66MHz bus does not.
Both the mobile Celeron-466
and the Pentium-II do support
the now-standard MMX multimedia instruction set. As they are both
based on the same floating-point core, there will be little
essential difference in the graphics/3D capabilities between the
Again, as shown on our CPU
Comparator, the mobile Celeron-466MHz
is approximately 30% faster than your current PII-366. What this
means is, on average, a 60-second spreadsheet calculation on
your Pentium-II will take
only 45-seconds with the Celeron-466.
While this may not seem especially significant, over an 8-hour
working day it might mean an hour less time wasted in waiting for
your computer to respond or perform basic tasks.
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