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A+ Celeron Question

Discussion in 'A+' started by JSH333, Nov 21, 2006.

  1. JSH333

    JSH333 Byte Poster

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    Hey

    Im reading through the MM A+ Certification Passport 2nd Edition book and it mentions old style Cleleron's using a 'SEP CPU Package' . Am i right in thinking this is an error and actually means 'SEC CPU Package' ?

    It's on page 104 for those that have the book

    Cheers
    James
     
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  2. hbroomhall

    hbroomhall Petabyte Poster Gold Member

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    No - SEP is right.

    See this page on Intel's site where it states

    Only some versions of Celeron were of that type.

    Harry.
     
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  3. Cockles

    Cockles Megabyte Poster

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    Hi mate

    So far as I know that is correct. SEP stands for Single Edge Processor which I believe they had. I went through that bit of the book not too long ago and thought the same.

    SEPs are similar to SECs but they have no covering

    Unless anyone can tell me otherwise?
     
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  4. Cockles

    Cockles Megabyte Poster

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    Hah, that's exactly where I looked. Praise be to Google yet again
     
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  5. JSH333

    JSH333 Byte Poster

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    Ah i see, cheers you two.
    The book dosn't seem to describe this bit very well, it kinda springs it on you without any mention of it before.

    Cheers
    James
     
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  6. Cockles

    Cockles Megabyte Poster

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    I must admit, I am working through that book and learnt a lot from it, but it does have a tendency to do that, it just springs a phrase or a term on you that you have never seen before which is described about 400 pages later, but at the time you panic a bit as you feel like you're expected to know what it is. One thing that book is severely lacking in is a glossary. I've had to create my own one whilst I have been making notes.
     
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