Intel Celeron G1620 single-threaded performance
Below you will find how Intel Celeron G1620 single-threaded performance relates to performance of other x86 microprocessors. The difference in performance between Celeron G1620 and each of the listed CPUs is calculated as an average of differences in 6 single-threaded benchmarks from our benchmark database. The list of test applications and programs includes CINEBENCH R10 CPU score for single core, FLAC encoding (1 process), H.264 video encoding (single process), LAME MP3 encoding (single process), Super PI, and XVid video encoding (single process). Please note that these tests utilize only one core, therefore they do not depend on such microprocessor features as the number of cores and Hyper-Threading.
Single core performance of Intel Celeron CPUs for Socket 1155
This chart shows how well the Celeron G1620 performs in comparison with other microprocessors from Celeron family. The "Specs" column in the chart highlights differences between major characteristics for all CPUs. Because the tests run on a single core, the "Specs" column does not include the number of cores, or Hyper-Threading support.
Intel CPUs with close single-threaded performance
This chart shows Intel microprocessors with approximately the same level of single-threaded performance as the Celeron G1620.
Similar performing AMD CPUs
This benchmark chart includes AMD CPUs with single-threaded performance, similar to the Intel G1620. For the differences between most important features of listed microprocessors please see the "Specs" column.
Celeron G1620 compared to the fastest desktop CPUs
This chart shows how the G1620 stands against the fastest desktop x86 CPUs when running single-threaded tasks.
Popular performance comparisons
The benchmark graph illustrates relative single-threading performance of processors, that are most often compared to the Celeron G1620.
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About the CPU
Intel Celeron G1620 is a dual-core desktop processor, operating at 2.7 GHz. The microprocessor comes with 2MB of L3 cache, and it fits into 55 Watt thermal envelope. More details about this CPU you can find on the G1620 specs page.
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