Intel Core i3-3227U advantages
- The processor incorporates Hyper-Threading feature. This technology allows each CPU core to execute two threads at once.
- The processor has AVX and F16C instructions enabled. These extensions are not extensively supported by applications yet, however their support should improve in future apps.
- Power consumption of the microprocessor is better.
Intel Celeron 1005M advantages
- The Celeron 1005M utilizes Socket G2. The processor can be removed from the socket without trouble for upgrade or replacement.
i3-3227U vs 1005M specifications comparison
The graphs below show the difference between Intel Celeron 1005M and Intel Core i3-3227U most important characteristics. These features, along with an IPC (instructions per cycle) number, determine how well a CPU performs. The "Number of cores / threads" graph shows the number of cores (darker area). Lighter area on the graph represents the number of additional threads, offered by Hyper-Threading technology. Darker area on the "On-chip cache" graph is for the On-chip L2 cache. Lighter area is for the L3 cache cache. Although the L3 cache cache is usually larger than the On-chip L2 cache, it is always slower.
The number of cores / threads
Higher is better
Higher is better
On-chip L2 + L3 cache
Higher is better
Thermal Design Power
Lower is better
- Intel Core i3-3227U - Intel Celeron 1005M
Detailed side by side comparison of i3-3227U vs Intel 1005M specs can be found in the "Specifications" tab.
Pros and Cons summary
|Core i3-3227U|| ||Celeron 1005M|
Supports more simultaneous threads,
Features AVX / F16C instructions,
Needs less power
Can be upgraded
Not upgreadable or replaceable
Cannot execute as many threads at once,
Lacks some instructions,
Requires considerably more power
Similar microprocessors use the same socket and architecture as Intel i3-3227U and Celeron 1005M, but their performance and other characteristics are slightly different.
Please visit Intel Core i3-3227U and Intel Celeron 1005M pages for more complete specifications of both microprocessors.
| ||Intel Core i3-3227U||Intel Celeron 1005M|
|Family||Core i3 Mobile||Mobile Celeron Dual-Core|
|CPU part number||AV8063801119500||AW8063801121200|
|Introduction date||January 20, 2013||June 9, 2013|
|Current official price|| ||$86 (as of Jun 2013)|
|Core name||Ivy Bridge|
|Data width (bits)||64|
|L1 cache||64 KB (code) / 64 KB (data)|
|L2 cache (KB)||512|
|L3 cache (KB)||3072||2048|
|Max temperature (°C)||105|
|Instruction set extensions|
|AMD64 / EM64T 64-bit technology||+|
|AVX / Advanced Vector Extensions||+||-|
|F16C / 16-bit Floating-Point conversion||+||-|
|SSSE3 / Supplemental SSE3||+|
|PowerNow! / Enhanced SpeedStep||+|
|Virus Protection / Execute Disable bit||+|
|GPU Type||HD 4000||HD (Ivy Bridge)|
|Base frequency (MHz)||350||650|
|Maximum frequency (MHz)||1100||1000|
|Integrated Memory Controller(s)|
|The number of controllers||1|
|Supported memory||DDR3-1333, DDR3-1600||DDR3-1333, DDR3-1600, DDR3L-1333, DDR3L-1600|
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