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Q: Can I upgrade my Intel Celeron 1019Y CPU?
A: No. BGA microprocessors, like this one, are soldered on a board, as such, upgrading or replacing them is very very difficult.
Celeron 1019Y Overclocking
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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 quietly releases Celeron 1019Y CPU
Apr 05, 2013
: Intel this week released new ultra-low voltage microprocessor, Celeron
1019Y. This is the fifth "Ivy Bridge" model from a line of
ULV products with Thermal Design Power 13 Watt or less. The fastest
from them is a Core i7-branded CPU, that runs at 1.5 GHz, with the
maximum Turbo Boost frequency reaching 2.6 GHz. The slowest part up
until this week was Pentium 2129Y, which is clocked at 1.1 GHz. The
Celeron CPU has 100 MHz lower operating frequency, and slightly slower HD graphics than the Pentium.
Intel to expand "Y"-series lineup with Celeron 1019Y CPU
Feb 27, 2013
: In January Intel launched first Y-series ultra low voltage
microprocessors for ultrabooks and thin-and-light notebooks. These parts
offer reduced power consumption in comparison with Intel's "U" series of
ULV products, albeit at the expense of lower performance. At this
time, the "Y" processors are branded as Mobile Pentium, Core i3, i5
and i7, depending on their features. Mobile Celeron line didn't have
its own "Y" chip, although this will change soon.