Pentium_4_HT_631
Intel Pentium 4 HT 631

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Pentium 4 HT 631 Performance Specification
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3 GHz
1 cores
Cedar Mill
86W
65nm
LGA 775/ Socket T
Pentium 4 HT 631 Game Requirement Analysis

Pentium 4 HT 631 is basically a Pentium 4 HT 530 but with 2MB of cache, instead of one.
Most probably, it's not strong enough to handle today's games at high settings.
Compared to the original Pentium 4 3.0GHZ the performance is significantly better but the Prescott architecture is one of Intel's worst and the performance may hinder due to overheating issues.


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05-Jan-2006
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I used to play all sorts of games on a Prescott Pentium 2.93 GHz single core with Hyper Threading. Everything was great. Played up to Red alert 3 before I bought a new one a couple years later. That old computer is still in use, and it can play Test Drive Unlimited 2 on high as well |D
And if you have a fairly decent cooler (mine did) you'll see long life and performance from it.
"it's not strong enough to handle today's games at high settings. " Not games like Crysis or Max Payne 3 most likely, but any of the Command & Conquer games that have recently come out, and any games that have about the same level as Command & Conquer 3/4 Red alert 3. It plays them nicely :)

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i agree, ive played skyrim on my old p4 631 3.4 HT cpu, it averages about 25-30 fps at all times, some people say p4 is out dated but with a good graphics card (that wont be bottlenecked) and decently fast ram, youll have a great system that even playes modern games to an extent. note i was playing skyrim on max settings using a performance mod i made. although it gets hot it still does great. im getting a cooler for mine soon so it wont overheat

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i agree

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i have played dragon age origins without any glitch at med settings

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