Intel Celeron 1019Y vs Intel Celeron 1007U

Intel Celeron 1019Y

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The Intel Celeron 1019Y is an entry-level ULV processor for ultrabooks and tablets. It is based on the Ivy Bridge architecture, but with many core features disabled including Turbo Boost, Virtualization VT-d, HyperThreading, AES and Trusted Execution. Every core offers a clock speed of 1.0 GHz and, as with other dual-core Celeron CPUs, the 1019Y offers 2 MB of L3 Cache.

Ivy Bridge is an enhanced die shrink of the Sandy Bridge architecture with improvements on both GPU and CPU performance. The CPUs are produced in 22nm (versus 32nm Sandy Bridge CPUs) and are the first to introduce 3D transistors for increased energy efficiency when compared to similarly clocked Sandy Bridge processors. Other new features are integrated PCI Express 3.0 and  DDR3(L)-1600 support.

The performance of a Celeron 1019Y should be slightly above a similarly clocked Sandy Bridge processor due to slight architectural improvements. As a result, overall performance should be just a bit below that of the Pentium 957.

The integrated Intel HD Graphics offers 6 Execution Units (EUs) clocked at 350 MHz up to 800 MHz with Turbo Boost.

The 1019Y is rated at a TDP of 10 W including the integrated graphics card and memory controller. Therefore, the CPU is best suited for tablets and ultrabooks.

Intel Celeron 1007U

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The Intel Celeron 1007U is an entry level, Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) dual core processor clocked at 1.5 GHz. It is based on the Ivy Bridge architecture (3rd generation Core, 22 nm) and features an integrated graphics card (Intel HD Graphics based on the HD Graphics 2500 at 350-1000MHz) and a reduced feature set (compared to the faster Core processors). E.g. Turbo Boost, AES, Hyperthreading, Virtualization VT-d, Quick Sync, Wireless Display and Clear Video HD are deactivated.

Compared to previous generations, the 1007U should be similar fast as a Celeron B820.

The 17W TDP rating includes the integrated GPU and the memory controller. Therefore, the 1007U is suited for small subnotebooks.

Intel Celeron 1019YIntel Celeron 1007U
Intel CeleronIntel Celeron
Ivy BridgeIvy Bridge
: Celeron Ivy Bridge
Intel Celeron 1020E (compare)2200 MHz2 / 22 MB
Intel Celeron 1020M (compare)2100 MHz2 / 22 MB
Intel Celeron 1005M (compare)1900 MHz2 / 22 MB
Intel Celeron 1000M (compare)1800 MHz2 / 22 MB
Intel Celeron 1037U (compare)1800 MHz2 / 22 MB
Intel Celeron 1017U (compare)1600 MHz2 / 22 MB
Intel Celeron 1007U1500 MHz2 / 22 MB
Intel Celeron 1047UE (compare)1400 MHz2 / 22 MB
» Intel Celeron 1019Y1000 MHz2 / 22 MB
Intel Celeron 927UE (compare)1500 MHz1 / 11 MB
Intel Celeron 1020E (compare)2200 MHz2 / 22 MB
Intel Celeron 1020M (compare)2100 MHz2 / 22 MB
Intel Celeron 1005M (compare)1900 MHz2 / 22 MB
Intel Celeron 1000M (compare)1800 MHz2 / 22 MB
Intel Celeron 1037U (compare)1800 MHz2 / 22 MB
Intel Celeron 1017U (compare)1600 MHz2 / 22 MB
» Intel Celeron 1007U1500 MHz2 / 22 MB
Intel Celeron 1047UE (compare)1400 MHz2 / 22 MB
Intel Celeron 1019Y1000 MHz2 / 22 MB
Intel Celeron 927UE (compare)1500 MHz1 / 11 MB
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105 °C105 °C
BGAFCBGA1023
Virtualization VT-x, Intel 64, Idle States, Enhanced SpeedStep, Thermal Monitoring, Execute Disable BitHD Graphics (350 - 1000 MHz), DDR3 Memory Controller, Enhanced Speedstep, Thermal Monitoring, Execute Disable Bit
iGPUIntel HD Graphics (Ivy Bridge) (350 - 800 MHz)Intel HD Graphics (Ivy Bridge) (350 - 1000 MHz)
$153 U.S.$86 U.S.
Intel Celeron 1019YIntel Celeron 1007U
94 mm2

Cinebench R11.5 - CPU Multi 64Bit
1.2 Points (3%)
Cinebench R11.5 - CPU Single 64Bit
0.6 Points (32%)
Cinebench R10 - Rendering Multiple CPUs 64Bit
4962 Points (7%)
Cinebench R10 - Rendering Single CPUs 64Bit
2480 Points (24%)
3DMark 06 - CPU
1610 Points (11%)
3DMark Vantage - P CPU no PhysX 1280x1024
3440 Points (5%)

Average Benchmarks Intel Celeron 1007U → 100%

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Redaktion, 2017-09- 8 (Update: 2017-09-11)