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Intel Celeron 440 vs. AMD Sempron 3600+ - Intel Celeron 440 vs. AMD Sempron 3600+
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On paper the Celeron 440 looks to be the superior processor and although the Sempron 3600+ dominated the memory bandwidth testing, it was the Celeron that claimed the processor performance testing. The Celeron 440 looked sharp in SiSoft XI, producing impressive single-core results while it was significantly faster at making Super PI calculations and offered more bandwidth in PCmark2005. So as expected, the Celeron 440 fared quite well against the Sempron 3600+ thanks to the much larger 512KB L2 cache.
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