Intel Celeron 1000M Benchmark, Test and specs

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The Intel Celeron 1000M has 2 cores with 2 threads and is based on the 3. gen of the Intel Celeron series. The processor uses a mainboard with the PGA 988 socket and was released in Q1/2013. The Intel Celeron 1000M scores 360 points in the Geekbench 5 single-core benchmark. In the Geekbench 5 multi-core benchmark, the result is 650 points.
Intel Celeron 1000M

At a glance

Name: Intel Celeron 1000M
Family: Intel Celeron (165)
CPU group: Intel Celeron 1000 (9)
Architecture: Ivy Bridge U
Technology: 22 nm
Segment: Mobile
Generation: 3
Predecessor: --
Successor: --

CPU Cores and Base Frequency

The Intel Celeron 1000M has 2 CPU cores and can calculate 2 threads in parallel. The clock frequency of the Intel Celeron 1000M is 1.80 GHz. The number of CPU cores greatly affects the speed of the processor and is an important performance indicator.

CPU Cores / Threads: 2 / 2
Core architecture: normal
Cores: 2x
Hyperthreading / SMT: No
Overclocking: No
Frequency: 1.80 GHz
Turbo Frequency (1 Core): --
Turbo Frequency (2 Cores): --

Integrated graphics (iGPU)

The Intel Celeron 1000M has integrated graphics, called iGPU for short. Specifically, the Intel Celeron 1000M uses the Intel HD Graphics (Ivy Bridge GT1), which has 48 texture shaders and 6 execution units. The iGPU uses the system's main memory as graphics memory and sits on the processor's die.

GPU name: Intel HD Graphics (Ivy Bridge GT1)
GPU frequency: 0.65 GHz
GPU (Turbo): 1.00 GHz
Compute units: 6
Shader: 48
Hardware Raytracing: No
Release date: Q4/2012
Max. displays: 3
Generation: 7
Direct X: 11.0
Technology: 22 nm
Max. GPU Memory: 2 GB
Frame Generation: No

Hardware codec support

A photo or video codec that is accelerated in hardware can greatly accelerate the working speed of a processor and extend the battery life of notebooks or smartphones when playing videos.

h265 / HEVC (8 bit): No
h265 / HEVC (10 bit): No
h264: Decode / Encode
VP8: No
VP9: No
AV1: No
AVC: Decode / Encode
VC-1: Decode
JPEG: Decode

Memory & PCIe

The processor can use up to 32 GB memory in 2 (Dual Channel) memory channels. The maximum memory bandwidth is 25.6 GB/s. The memory type as well as the amount of memory can greatly affect the speed of the system.

Memory type: Memory bandwidth:
DDR3-1600
25.6 GB/s
Max. Memory: 32 GB
Memory channels: 2 (Dual Channel)
ECC: No
PCIe: 2.0 x 16
PCIe Bandwidth: 8.0 GB/s

Thermal Management

The thermal design power (TDP for short) of the processor is 35 W. The TDP specifies the necessary cooling solution that is required to cool the processor sufficiently. The TDP usually gives a rough idea of the actual power consumption of the CPU.

TDP (PL1 / PBP): 35 W
TDP (PL2): --
TDP up: --
TDP down: --
Tjunction max.: 105 °C

Technical details

The Intel Celeron 1000M is made in 22 nm. The smaller the manufacturing process of a CPU, the more modern and energy-efficient it is. Overall, the processor has 2.00 MB cache. A large cache can greatly speed up the processor's speed in some cases such as games.

Technology: 22 nm
Chip design: Monolithic
Socket: PGA 988
L2-Cache: --
L3-Cache: 2.00 MB
AES-NI: Yes
Operating systems: Windows 10, Linux
Virtualization: VT-x, VT-x EPT, VT-d
Instruction set (ISA): x86-64 (64 bit)
ISA extensions: SSE4.1, SSE4.2
Release date: Q1/2013
Release price: --
Part Number: --
Documents: Technical data sheet

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Benchmark results

Verified Benchmark results
The benchmark results for the Intel Celeron 1000M have been carefully checked by us. We only publish benchmark results that have been created by us or that have been submitted by a visitor and then checked by a team member. All results are based on and fullfill our benchmark guidelines.


Geekbench 5, 64bit (Single-Core)

Geekbench 5 is a cross plattform benchmark that heavily uses the systems memory. A fast memory will push the result a lot. The single-core test only uses one CPU core, the amount of cores or hyperthreading ability doesn't count.
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8C 8T @ 2.30 GHz
362
AMD A6-9210 AMD A6-9210
2C 2T @ 2.80 GHz
361
AMD Phenom II X4 820 AMD Phenom II X4 820
4C 4T @ 2.80 GHz
361
Intel Celeron 1000M Intel Celeron 1000M
2C 2T @ 1.80 GHz
360
AMD Athlon II X3 435 AMD Athlon II X3 435
3C 3T @ 2.90 GHz
360
AMD Athlon II X4 630 AMD Athlon II X4 630
4C 4T @ 2.80 GHz
360
Intel Pentium J4205 Intel Pentium J4205
4C 4T @ 2.60 GHz
360

Geekbench 5, 64bit (Multi-Core)

Geekbench 5 is a cross plattform benchmark that heavily uses the systems memory. A fast memory will push the result a lot. The multi-core test involves all CPU cores and taks a big advantage of hyperthreading.
Intel Atom C3338 Intel Atom C3338
2C 2T @ 2.20 GHz
658
AMD A8-4555M AMD A8-4555M
4C 4T @ 2.40 GHz
657
Intel Core i3-3229Y Intel Core i3-3229Y
2C 4T @ 1.40 GHz
657
Intel Celeron 1000M Intel Celeron 1000M
2C 2T @ 1.80 GHz
650
Intel Celeron N2920 Intel Celeron N2920
4C 4T @ 2.00 GHz
650
Intel Atom x5-Z8350 Intel Atom x5-Z8350
4C 4T @ 1.92 GHz
645
AMD A4-3400 AMD A4-3400
2C 2T @ 2.70 GHz
643

Geekbench 6 (Single-Core)

Geekbench 6 is a benchmark for modern computers, notebooks and smartphones. What is new is an optimized utilization of newer CPU architectures, e.g. based on the big.LITTLE concept and combining CPU cores of different sizes. The single-core benchmark only evaluates the performance of the fastest CPU core, the number of CPU cores in a processor is irrelevant here.
MediaTek MT8183 MediaTek MT8183
8C 8T @ 2.00 GHz
320
Intel Core i3-3217U Intel Core i3-3217U
2C 4T @ 1.80 GHz
318
Intel Pentium 3558U Intel Pentium 3558U
2C 2T @ 1.70 GHz
318
Intel Celeron 1000M Intel Celeron 1000M
2C 2T @ 1.80 GHz
317
MediaTek Kompanio 500 MediaTek Kompanio 500
8C 8T @ 2.00 GHz
317
MediaTek Helio P60 MediaTek Helio P60
8C 8T @ 2.00 GHz
314
NVIDIA Tegra X1 NVIDIA Tegra X1
8C 8T @ 2.00 GHz
308

Geekbench 6 (Multi-Core)

Geekbench 6 is a benchmark for modern computers, notebooks and smartphones. What is new is an optimized utilization of newer CPU architectures, e.g. based on the big.LITTLE concept and combining CPU cores of different sizes. The multi-core benchmark evaluates the performance of all of the processor's CPU cores. Virtual thread improvements such as AMD SMT or Intel's Hyper-Threading have a positive impact on the benchmark result.
Intel Pentium N3520 Intel Pentium N3520
4C 4T @ 2.42 GHz
560
Intel Celeron J3160 Intel Celeron J3160
4C 4T @ 2.24 GHz
555
Intel Pentium J2850 Intel Pentium J2850
4C 4T @ 2.67 GHz
554
Intel Celeron 1000M Intel Celeron 1000M
2C 2T @ 1.80 GHz
553
Intel Core i3-2375M Intel Core i3-2375M
2C 4T @ 1.50 GHz
546
Intel Core i3-2377M Intel Core i3-2377M
2C 4T @ 1.50 GHz
546
Intel Atom x5-Z8500 Intel Atom x5-Z8500
4C 4T @ 2.24 GHz
546

iGPU - FP32 Performance (Single-precision GFLOPS)

The theoretical computing performance of the internal graphics unit of the processor with simple accuracy (32 bit) in GFLOPS. GFLOPS indicates how many billion floating point operations the iGPU can perform per second.
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Intel HD Graphics (Ivy Bridge GT1) @ 1.05 GHz
101
Intel Pentium G2020 Intel Pentium G2020
Intel HD Graphics (Ivy Bridge GT1) @ 1.05 GHz
101
MediaTek Helio P70 MediaTek Helio P70
ARM Mali-G72 MP3 @ 0.90 GHz
100
Intel Celeron 1000M Intel Celeron 1000M
Intel HD Graphics (Ivy Bridge GT1) @ 1.00 GHz
96
UNISOC T616 UNISOC T616
ARM Mali-G57 MP1 @ 0.75 GHz
96
Intel Pentium 2117U Intel Pentium 2117U
Intel HD Graphics (Ivy Bridge GT1) @ 1.00 GHz
96
Intel Pentium 997 Intel Pentium 997
Intel HD Graphics (Sandy Bridge GT1) @ 1.00 GHz
96

Estimated results for PassMark CPU Mark

Some of the CPUs listed below have been benchmarked by CPU-monkey. However the majority of CPUs have not been tested and the results have been estimated by a CPU-monkey’s secret proprietary formula. As such they do not accurately reflect the actual Passmark CPU mark values and are not endorsed by PassMark Software Pty Ltd.
AMD A4-3400 AMD A4-3400
2C 2T @ 2.70 GHz
1082
Intel Pentium B970 Intel Pentium B970
2C 2T @ 2.30 GHz
1080
Intel Core2 Duo E7500 Intel Core2 Duo E7500
2C 2T @ 2.93 GHz
1076
Intel Celeron 1000M Intel Celeron 1000M
2C 2T @ 1.80 GHz
1070
AMD Athlon II X2 245 AMD Athlon II X2 245
2C 2T @ 2.90 GHz
1060
Intel Pentium E5700 Intel Pentium E5700
2C 2T @ 3.00 GHz
1059
Intel Atom E3845 Intel Atom E3845
4C 4T @ 1.91 GHz
1058

CPU-Z Benchmark 17 (Multi-Core)

The CPU-Z benchmark measures a processor's performance by measuring the time it takes the system to complete all benchmark calculations. The faster the benchmark is completed, the higher the score.
AMD A4-5000 AMD A4-5000
4C 4T @ 1.50 GHz
354
Intel Celeron 3205U Intel Celeron 3205U
2C 2T @ 1.50 GHz
348
Intel Pentium 2117U Intel Pentium 2117U
2C 2T @ 1.80 GHz
347
Intel Celeron 1000M Intel Celeron 1000M
2C 2T @ 1.80 GHz
346
Intel Core2 Duo E4500 Intel Core2 Duo E4500
2C 2T @ 2.20 GHz
346
Intel Pentium 3558U Intel Pentium 3558U
2C 2T @ 1.70 GHz
346
Intel Pentium T4400 Intel Pentium T4400
2C 2T @ 2.20 GHz
344

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