Exactly the same principle, the German nation lives these days and soberly considered, actually not too bad meanwhile, you have apparently learned to save at the right corners and edges, and so now also provide the two major processor manufacturers AMD and Intel again a hot race for market share in low-cost sector. Several years ago, the opponents were called in this fight AMD Duron and Celeron, now they hear the name AMD Sempron and Intel Celeron D, the principle remains the same, but the technology has changed a lot as well but it should not be just about the techniques and characteristics of the two processors, but also to direct performance comparisons.
At first glance, it does not pass on the two processors, if you're looking for a system for use in the office, or looking for a platform that can be enjoyed now and again actual shooter well as a basic consideration, we set a price limit is more the base system should not cost first as well also in this system, the basic components CPU, memory, motherboard and
graphics card are included. Starting from this point should be to upgrade an older system that is easily one or creates a completely new system so simple that has to be complemented by appropriate components such as chassis, power supply and drives needs as well here to find cost effective solutions should be no obstacle.
In the picture you can see the two rivals - the right of the Intel Celeron D for Socket 478, left the Sempron for Socket 754 The AMD processor is generally slightly larger than its counterpart from the Intel-smiths, who will show at the end but the true size remains to be seen. The fact is that the Celeron, at least by name and image forth known for some time and therefore should be many users of a term, the Sempron is, however, a new design from AMD relies on proven technology, but must prove but only once.
But before we let the two compete against each other, we each individually in detail before as well on the following information, we begin with the technical details and some background information on the AMD Sempron as after some time we take a look at the Intel Celeron D, on the two test platforms, and then finally on performance results.