OpenGL Gaming Performance

The performance of Northwood Celerons is horrible here, but Prescott takes the lead in Quake III.

Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory is based on an extended version of the Quake III engine, and under this benchmark, the Athlons come out on top.

Quake III Arena

Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory

Unreal Tournament 2003 Benchmark 3D Rendering Performance
POST A COMMENT

54 Comments

View All Comments

  • eBauer - Thursday, June 24, 2004 - link

    I'd be very interested to see overclocked performance between the 335 and Mobile 2600+ Reply
  • MAME - Thursday, June 24, 2004 - link

    HAHAHHA! It's backkkkkkkkkkkk! Reply
  • MAME - Thursday, June 24, 2004 - link

    FYI: Later pages don't load.


    I wonder what the price of these Celerons will be. I have a feeling AMD will still corner the budget market, even without the Sempron's anyway.
    Reply
  • Avila001 - Monday, July 30, 2018 - link

    Intel hired marketing firm Lexicon Branding, which had originally come up with the name Pentium, to devise a name for the new product as well. The San Jose Mercury News described Lexicon's reasoning behind the name they chose: Celer is Latin for swift. As in accelerate. And on. As in turned on. Celeron is seven letters and three syllables, like Pentium. The Cel of Celeron rhymes with tel of Intel. Reply

Log in

Don't have an account? Sign up now