Intel Celeron G1101 vs Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6800

Physical Specifications

Socket Intel Socket 1156 Intel Socket 775
Foundry Intel Intel
Process size 32 nm 65 nm
Transistors 382 million 582 million
Die size 81 mm² 2x 143 mm²
Package FC-LGA10 FC-LGA6

Performance

Frequency 2.266 GHz 2.933 GHz
Turbo clock
Base clock 133 MHz 266 MHz
Multiplier 17.0x 11.0x
Multiplier unlocked No Yes
Voltage 1.4 V 1.34 V
TDP 73 W 130 W

Architecture Details

Vertical Segment Desktop Desktop
Production status End-of-life End-of-life
Release date Jan 7th, 2010 Apr 9th, 2007
Codename Clarkdale Kentsfield
Generation Celeron Core 2 Extreme
Part SLBMTSLBT7 SL9UK
Memory support DDR3 Dual-channel DDR1, DDR2, DDR3 Dual-channel
ECC memory No No
PCI Express Gen 2, 16 Lanes(CPU only) Gen 2

Cores

Total Cores 2 4
Total Threads 2 4
SMP # CPUs 1 1
Integrated graphics Intel HD

Cache

Cache L1 64K (per core) 64K (per core)
Cache L2 256K (per core) 8MB (shared)
Cache L3 2MB (shared)

Features & Technologies

EIST Yes
Intel 64 Yes Yes
MMX Yes Yes
SSE Yes Yes
SSE2 Yes Yes
SSE3 Yes Yes
SSSE3 Yes Yes
VT-x Yes Yes
XD-Bit Yes
iAMT2 Yes

Notes

Notes This processor comes with an unlocked FSB multiplier, allowing users to set the multiplier value higher than shipped value, to facilitate better overclocking. It is branded under the Extreme Edition label. Also available with G0 Stepping, Part #: SLACP, R

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