X-bit Labs compares some value processors from AMD and Intel, including chips from the Sempron, Athlon II X2, Celeron and Pentium lineups.
You can check it out over here.
For the reasons described above we decided to dedicate our next article to the CPUs priced within $35-$60 range and this way round up the discussion about inexpensive platforms that we started in our Celeron E3300 review and an article on contemporary chipsets with integrated graphics. So, our today’s article will be targeted not for computer enthusiasts but for those users who shoot for approximately 200-dollar platforms (including a CPU, mainboard with integrated graphics and memory). In our roundup we are going to talk about possible system configurations like that and show the performance level they can actually attain.