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"Actually, the older or original Celeron and Celeron IIs are simply the PII/PIIIs, respectively, the difference being they're stricken with slight Alzheimer's, run with a limp and have less closet space. Yes, sadly, with a limited L2 cache of 128 they may run/fetch nicely, but unfortunately only think half as quickly, remember half as much and have a limited storage area available, meaning they may have to keep taking things out in order to put new things in. Nevertheless, they both run/fetch at 66MHz with all 128 of those little caches at full speed, so they do work very hard, they just don't burst out of the gate quite as fast as the other kids. Never fear though, this is perceptible only by those paid to time the milliseconds between pressing the keys and text onscreen."

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