Intel Celeron Dual-Core T3100 vs AMD Turion II Neo K685
Comparing Celeron Dual-Core T3100 and Turion II Neo K685 processor market type (desktop or notebook), architecture and sales start time and price.
Celeron Dual-Core T3100 and Turion II Neo K685 quantitative parameters such as cores and threads number, clocks, manufacturing process, cache size and multiplier lock state. These parameters indirectly say of Celeron Dual-Core T3100 and Turion II Neo K685 performance, but for precise assessment you have to consider their test results.
Number of cores
Number of threads
Manufacturing process technology
64 bit support
Information on Celeron Dual-Core T3100 and Turion II Neo K685 compatibility with other computer components. Useful when choosing a future computer configuration or upgrading an existing one.
Power consumption (TDP)
Technologies and extensions
Technological solutions and additional instructions supported by Celeron Dual-Core T3100 and Turion II Neo K685. You'll probably need this information if you require some particular technology.
Virtual machine speed-up technologies supported by Celeron Dual-Core T3100 and Turion II Neo K685 are enumerated here.
Non-gaming benchmarks performance of Celeron Dual-Core T3100 and Turion II Neo K685. Overall benchmark performance is measured in points in 0-100 range.
Overall benchmark performance
Celeron Dual-Core T3100 3.69
Turion II Neo K685 3.73 +1.1%
Celeron Dual-Core T3100 1687 +16.3%
Turion II Neo K685 1451
Cinebench 10 32-bit single-core
Celeron Dual-Core T3100 1900 +33.4%
Turion II Neo K685 1424
Cinebench 10 32-bit multi-core
Celeron Dual-Core T3100 3740 +21.3%
Turion II Neo K685 3083
Celeron Dual-Core T3100 1174
Turion II Neo K685 1186 +1%
Let's see how good Celeron Dual-Core T3100 and Turion II Neo K685 are for gaming compared with game system requirements. Remember that sometimes official requirements may reflect real performance inaccurately.
Advantages of Intel Celeron Dual-Core T3100
We are unaware of any advantages of Intel Celeron Dual-Core T3100 over AMD Turion II Neo K685.
Advantages of AMD Turion II Neo K685
1.1% faster in synthetic tests
Much newer (15 December 2010 vs 1 September 2009)
Less power hungry (15 vs 35 watts)
MMX (MultiMedia Extensions - the very first (1996) SIMD instruction expansion for Intel desktop CPUs, works with 64-bit registers)
SSE (Streaming SIMD Instructions - a SIMD instruction extension working with 128-bit registers)
AMD64 (AMD CPUs 64-bit architecture. Almost identical to Intel 64, save for some little and rarely used nuances)
Virtualization (Hardware acceleration of virtual machines)
Enhanced Virus Protection (EVP)
So, Celeron Dual-Core T3100 or Turion II Neo K685?
Technical City couldn't decide between Intel Celeron Dual-Core T3100 and AMD Turion II Neo K685. The differences in performance seem too small.
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