The Celeron 1.7GHz processor has made its debut in Japan, and it deserves some attention because it is the first Pentium 4 Celeron of its kind. Although the flagship Pentium 4's FSB was recently quad-pumped to 533MHz, these P4 Celerons support a 400MHz FSB and come with 128K L2 cache. Will they turn out to be good overclockers?
Staying with the overseas theme, cube PC fetishists will be happy to learn that Socket A versions of SOLDAM and Shuttle's stylish barebone kits have hit retail. The new FlexATX motherboards inside support the Athlon XP and DDR memory.
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