Detailed side-by-side comparison
Q: Is it possible to upgrade my Intel 2127U CPU?
A: No. Microprocessors like this one are soldered on a board, as a result, upgrading or replacing them is extremely difficult.
Pentium 2127U Overclocking
Sorry, overclocking information for the microprocessor is not available at this time.
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Intel Pentium 2127U CPU launched
Jun 16, 2013
: Last Sunday Intel released two mobile Celeron processors, and a
number of Celeron, Pentium and Core i3 desktop CPUs. All processors
were added to the official price list, and later in the week they
were also added to Intel's ARK product database. It appears that at
about the same time Intel also launched mobile Pentium 2127U microprocessor.
Details of this CPU are now available on Intel's website.
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 Pentium 2127U CPU is in the works
Apr 16, 2013
: Last week we reported on two mobile Celeron microprocessors, 1005M
and 1017U, currently scheduled to launch in the third quarter. What is
interesting is that both processors are currently listed under H2 2012
in the latest Intel's
roadmap. The document is obviously incorrect because both
processors are not launched yet. In addition to two Celerons, the
roadmap also mentions Pentium 2127U.