Too little Too Late Reviewed by Lizard from Hotsprings, NM on 08/10/06
This is an old processor. Getting pretty tired, and its getting harder to compete with dual cores, lightning fast front side bus speeds. Have used this processor for builds in the past, but anymore it is too old.
Not bad Reviewed by Tootall from Hot Springs, NM on 07/17/06
I have built a couple system based on this processor. A decent processor, but the speeds are quickly falling behind. Not good for gaming, under powered and FSB speed is quite old.
Why? Reviewed by Spot from T or C, NM on 07/11/06
For the same price, you can get the 2.6ghz or better lus a faster FSB speed. Everyone says how great this one is. I used to have one and it was nice, but for 600mhz faster, why buy an outdated processor?
Good Cheap Processor Reviewed by lucas bryce from yorba linda, CA on 07/09/06
This Pentium 4 is great for users who are on a budget. It is quite cheap and has a lot of great features. It run very cool which allows you to make a silent computer with little fans.
not fast Reviewed by alex jimenez from miami, FL on 06/20/06
This isa very outdated processor, but if you have an old computer with a slower celeron processor, this should be a great simple inexpensive upgrade! I wouldn't recommend it for gaming, as it doesn't provide the fast performance needed for newer games.
OK CPU Reviewed by Anonymous from cincinnati, OH on 06/06/06
PROS: Northwood based core will not produce excessive amounts of heat. Power usage is very lenient compared to more recent Pentium 4s. CONS: Not well suited for gaming and other modern software. Lower clockspeed and slow FSB will greatly slow it's performance.
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