Intel Celeron and Pentium family of Processors

Write down the differences between the Intel Celeron and Pentium family of Processors.

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a) Celeron:
As per the Build Gaming Computers, Celeron processors are low-end processor proposed for the standard home computer use. SciNet informs the best Celeron processor which has an L2 Cache of 128kb, a clock speed limit of around 2.0 GHz and runs at the core voltage of 1.75V. These are useful numbers for the comparison.

b) Pentium:
Pentium 4 Prescott is the top Pentium processor. CPU Scorecard informs that, it has an L2 cache of 1MB (1024kb), a potential 3.0 GHz clock speed and runs at around 1.4V. The lowest performing Pentium 4 processor, the Willamette, has an L2 cache of 256kb, a potential 2.0 GHz clock speed and runs at around 1.7V.

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