Intel Celeron M 723 vs Intel Celeron M 763 vs Intel Celeron M 925
Intel Celeron M 723► remove from comparison
The Intel Celeron M ULV 723 is an ultra low voltage processor based on the Penryn architecture. It features only one core and is intended for the use in very small laptops and netbooks. Many features of the Penryn core are deactivated, like Virtualization VT-x, Trusted Execution support and most importantly power saving functions like Speedstep. This leads to a higher power consumption without load.
The performance of the Celeron 723 is only comparable to Intel Atom N470 on average. In some benchmarks, however, the Celeron can be significantly faster (e.g. SuperPi). All in all, the performance is only suited for very low demanding tasks.
Intel Celeron M 763► remove from comparison
The Intel Celeron M ULV 763 is an ultra low voltage single core processor for small sub-notebooks / laptops. It performs slightly above the Atom single core lineup and is intended to power cheap CULV laptops.
The Celeron M 763 is based on the Penryn core but support only a stripped down feature set. For example Speedstep is not supported leading to a higher idle power consumption than other laptops with Core 2 / Pentium processors in this TDP range. Furthermore, 64 Bit support and Virtualization in hardware are not supported.
Intel Celeron M 925► remove from comparison
The Intel Celeron 925 is a mobile single core processor for cheap laptops. It is based on the Penryn core (as the Core 2 Duo Dual Core processors) but many features and one core are deactivated. The missing power saving features, like Speedstep, lead to a lower battery runtime (compared to Core 2 Duo powered laptops). Furthermore, features like Virtualization and Trusted Execution are deactivated.
The performance of the single core processor is located in the entry level segment. Due to the missing 2nd core, the performance may suffer when using many applications at once. Otherwise (in synthetic benchmarks), the Celeron M 925 is on par with a low clocked dual core at 1.3 - 1.4 GHz. Compared to current AMD single core versions, like the AMD V-Series V160, the Celeron 925 should be faster due to the larger Level 2 cache and different architecture. On contrast it usually features the faster chipset graphics card by ATI leading to a better overall performance.
|Model||Intel Celeron M 723||Intel Celeron M 763||Intel Celeron M 925|
|Series||Intel Celeron M||Intel Celeron M||Intel Celeron M|
|Series: Celeron M Penryn|
|Clock||1200 MHz||1400 MHz||2300 MHz|
|L2 Cache||1 MB||1 MB||1 MB|
|Cores / Threads||1 / 1||1 / 1||1 / 1|
|TDP||5 Watt||10 Watt||35 Watt|
|Transistors||410 Million||410 Million||410 Million|
|Technology||45 nm, 1.05-1.15V||45 nm||45 nm|
|Die Size||107 mm2||107 mm2||107 mm2|
|max. Temp.||100 °C||100 °C||105 °C|
|Manufacturer||Intel Celeron M 723||Intel Celeron M 763||Intel Celeron M 925|
|L1 Cache||64 KB|
|$107 U.S.||$70 U.S.|
|Features||VT, 64 Bit, EIST, eX Bit|