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Sources close to Intel confirmed today that it will introduce its 433MHz version of the Celeron this coming Monday. The 466MHz Celeron part is now expected to arrive in June. The 433MHz Celeron will cost around $165 at launch and will come in both Slot One and socket versions. But our sources tell us that Intel has now accelerated the death of Slot One Celerons and that by the middle of the year, only 370-pin Celerons will be available to both OEMs and the channel. Intel refused to comment on unannounced products at press time. ® RegistrOid 433 Chipzilla was a registered trademark of Terry Shannon at Shannon knows Compaq. However he has decided to make the name Open Source, which means we can use it again.

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