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Intel half a Great Beast with 333 mobile Celeron

Adds low voltage version of mobile Celeron, PII too

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As expected, Intel has introduced a 333MHz version of its Celeron mobile chip. At the same time, it introduced low voltage versions of its mobile PII and Celeron at 266MHz. The 266MHz parts run at 1.6 volts and use a ball grid array package, slimming down the notebook form factor once more. The 333MHz Celeron mobile has 128K level two cache on the die and costs $159 for the ball grid array package and $214 for the Intel mobile module. That points the way to Intel's packaging in the future on the mobile front. The pricing is aggressive and shows Intel is taking seriously competition from the AMDs, Rises and Cyrix' of this world. Intel will never release a 666MHz processor for obvious reasons, preferring to stay with either 665MHz or 667MHz, when the time comes. ®

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