Q. What is the service type ?
A. Carry In
Q. What is the type of Warranty ?
A. Repair / Replacement
Q. What is covered in Warranty ?
A. Manufacturing Defects / Dead on Arrival
Q. What is not covered in Warranty ?
A. Forceful Tampering, Burnt, Mishandling and Physical Damage
|30 days from delivery||Damaged, Defective, Item not as described||Replacement|
|30 days from delivery||Exchange for colors and size, Does not fit||Exchange|
|10 days from delivery||Damaged, Item not as described||Replacement|
|Instruction Sets||SSE, SSE2, SSE3|
|Model ID||Celeron 430|
|Number of Cores||1 Cores|
|Number of Threads||1 Threads|
|Cache Memory||64 KB (L1), 512 KB (L2)|
|Maximum Thermal Design Power [TDP]||35 W|
|Voltage Range||1.00 V - 1.3375 V|
|Manufacturing Process||65 nm|
|Service Type||Carry In|
|Not Covered in Warranty||Forceful Tampering, Burnt, Mishandling and Physical Damage|
|Covered in Warranty||Manufacturing Defects / Dead on Arrival|
|Domestic Term||3 Years|
|Warranty Type||Repair / Replacement|
|Warranty Summary||Customer Contacts: 91 802 854 2105 or Email:firstname.lastname@example.org|
Its better to buy the AMD Sempron 145 which is cheaper, and also faster and boasts a much more advanced architecture.
this is a 1.8GHz, Sempron is 2.8GHz.
difference in power wattage is negligible.
When it comes to performance, its no where near to AMD sempron.
Its going to be waste of money, if u expect this processor to play HD videos. Not recommended. you can view the benchmark results overclock,com and cpu-world,com. Its not value for money.
This is a single core silicon and very old architecture which is hard to recommend even if you are on a tight budget.
Better go for amd or put in a 1000 bucks more and get the sandy bridge G620 which is somewhat similar to i3 2xxx series