Detailed side-by-side comparison
Q: I have an Intel Celeron 1005M microprocessor. Can I upgrade it?
A: Probably yes. CPU compatibility is determined by your motherboard. Please see CPU-Upgrade.com website for CPU support list for your board.
Celeron 1005M Overclocking
Sorry, overclocking information is not available at this time.
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Intel cuts prices of mobile processors
Dec 29, 2013
: Intel today lowered prices on a handful of Core i5 and Core i7 mobile
processors, as well as on a few desktop CPUs for All In One systems.
The company also dropped prices on budget mobile Celeron CPUs, cutting
them by at least 13%, and as much as 22% - 26% on selected models.
Overall, the prices were cut by an average of 13.4%.
Intel releases new Ivy Bridge desktop CPUs
Jun 09, 2013
: One of the big events of this week was the launch of Intel Haswell
processors at Computex show in Taiwan. New CPUs offer considerably
improved graphics and lower idle power consumption than Ivy Bridge products, although they are not
compatible with existing socket 1155 motherboards. Fortunately, in
addition to Haswell CPUs, Intel also refreshed Celeron, Pentium and
Core i3 lineups for socket 1155. Newly released models are Core
i3-3245, i3-3250, i3-3250T, Pentium G2030, G2030T, G2120T, G2140, and
Details of Celeron 1005M, 1017U and Pentium 2127U CPUs confirmed
Apr 29, 2013
: We previously reported that Intel plans to launch a few Ivy
Bridge-based Celeron and Pentium mobile processors before the families are
transitioned to Haswell microarchitecture. New CPUs, Celeron 1005M,
1017U, and Pentium 2127U, will offer slightly better performance than
Celeron 1000M, 1007U and Pentium 2117U products. The details of future
microprocessors were confirmed last week by a recently updated specification
update for Mobile 3rd Generation Intel Core Family.
Intel to launch mobile Celeron 1005M and 1017U CPUs in Q3 2013
Apr 09, 2013
: In the past few years, desktop and mobile Celeron processors
were usually the last to transition to newer Intel microarchitectures.
The same will be true for future Haswell Celerons. Currently Intel
plans to launch Haswell-based desktop Celerons in Q1 2014, two quarters after the launch of Core i3 and Pentium CPUs.
Mobile "Haswell" Celerons will be available earlier, in Q4 2013, but before
that the company will refresh the mobile lineup with two new Ivy