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AMD Duron 1.0 GHz Morgan Core Processor Review

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This content was originally featured on Amdmb.com and has been converted to PC Perspective's website. Some color changes and flaws may appear.

Not wanting to sit idle for even a moment, AMD has released yet another new product into the market. And while the release of a 1 GHz processor may not seem like an all-too-important event, the information that is included and displayed here will be very similar to another upcoming review, scheduled for October. In case you are not sure, I am referring to both the Morgan and Palomino desktop processors.


The AMD Duron was initially released in the 600 MHz format. It immediately took the place of the previous low cost king of CPUs, the Intel Celeron. What Intel had left behind, AMD was there to pick up, refresh it and make the low-cost, yet high-performance market strong again.


In this article, I’ll try to give you the important information on what the new Duron 1 GHz has to offer you, and what it means to the future of the AMD processor line. By the end, you should be as excited as I am to see the new Duron for sale.




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