Intel Celeron 420 details and performance | Hardlimit Benchmark Central
The Celeron 420 is a cpu manufactured by Intel released on Jun 2007. This model is based on Core architecture which codename was originally Gesher. The development began in 2005 and four years later, the first Sandy Bridge CPU was presented. The most prominent features are Intel Turbo Boost 2.0, AES encryption and SHA-1 hashing acceleration, Advanced Vector Extensions (AVX) 256-bit instruction set and the ability to have up to 8 physical cores or 16 logical cores through Hyper-Threading.This model runs at 1600 MHz
as base frequency with a thermal design power of 35 W. About its cache memory, this CPU has 32+32 kB level 1 cache, 512kB of level 2 cache and kB of level 3 cache.
The performance score in monothread tasks in mode 0 (non-optimized software) of the Celeron 420 is 5895If we talk about optimized software, in its highest mode (mode I optimized for SSE3), the monothread score is 6277.
There are some CPU models pretty similar to this one like the Intel Celeron D 331, the AMD Athlon II 170u and the Intel Celeron D 352 amongst others. To know the complete list and how similar are they, please go down on this page.