Intel Celeron M 575 vs AMD A9-9425 SoC

Intel Celeron M 575
AMD A9-9425 SoC

General info

Comparing Celeron M 575 and A9-9425 SoC processor market type (desktop or notebook), architecture and sales start time and price.
Place in performance rating
 
Type
Laptop
 
Laptop
Series
Intel Celeron M
 
n/d
Achitecture codename
Merom
 
Stoney Ridge
Release date
1 June 2008
 
on May 2016
Launch price (MSRP)
$86
 
n/d

Technical specs

Celeron M 575 and A9-9425 SoC quantitative parameters such as cores and threads number, clocks, manufacturing process, cache size and multiplier lock state. These parameters indirectly say of Celeron M 575 and A9-9425 SoC performance, but for precise assessment you have to consider their test results.
Number of cores
1
 
2
Number of threads
1
 
2
Maximum frequency
2 GHz
 
3.1 GHz
Bus support
667 MHz
 
n/d
L1 cache
n/d
 
128 KB (per core)
L2 cache
1 MB
 
1 MB (per core)
Manufacturing process technology
65 nm
 
28 nm
Die size
143 mm2
 
124 mm2
Maximum case temperature (TCase)
n/d
 
74 °C
Transistor count
291 Million
 
1,200 million
64 bit support
+
 
+

Compatibility

Information on Celeron M 575 and A9-9425 SoC compatibility with other computer components. Useful when choosing a future computer configuration or upgrading an existing one.
Max number of CPUs in a configuration
n/d
 
1
Socket
PPGA478
 
FT4
Power consumption (TDP)
31 Watt
 
15 Watt

Technologies and extensions

Technological solutions and additional instructions supported by Celeron M 575 and A9-9425 SoC. You'll probably need this information if you require some particular technology.
AES-NI
-
 
+
FMA
-
 
+
AVX
-
 
+

Virtualization technologies

Virtual machine speed-up technologies supported by Celeron M 575 and A9-9425 SoC are enumerated here.
AMD-V
-
 
+

Memory specs

Types, maximum amount and channel number of RAM supported by Celeron M 575 and A9-9425 SoC.
Supported memory types
n/d
 
DDR4

Graphics specifications

General parameters of GPUs integrated into Celeron M 575 and A9-9425 SoC.
Integrated graphics
n/d
 
Radeon R5

Gaming performance

Let's see how good Celeron M 575 and A9-9425 SoC are for gaming compared with game system requirements. Remember that sometimes official requirements may reflect real performance inaccurately.

Advantages of Intel Celeron M 575

63.7% faster (about 1.5 times) in synthetic tests

Advantages of AMD A9-9425 SoC

Finer manufacturing process technology (28 vs 65 nm)
Less power hungry (15 vs 31 watts)
MMX (MultiMedia Extensions - the very first (1996) SIMD instruction expansion for Intel desktop CPUs, works with 64-bit registers)
3DNow! (older SIMD instructions set used by AMD CPUs. Supercedes MMX, works with 64-bit registers)
SSE (Streaming SIMD Instructions - a SIMD instruction extension working with 128-bit registers)
SSE4
AMD64 (AMD CPUs 64-bit architecture. Almost identical to Intel 64, save for some little and rarely used nuances)
AES (Advanced Encryption Standard instructions set - hardware acceleration of AES encryption and decryption. Speeds up encryption software, e.g. Veracrypt)
AVX (Advanced Vector Extensions - a set of SIMD instructions working with 128- and 256-bit registers)
AVX2 (Advanced Vector Extensions 2 - an extension to AVX, the set of SIMD instructions working with 128- and 256-bit registers)
Virtualization (Hardware acceleration of virtual machines)
AES-NI save
FMA4

So, Celeron M 575 or A9-9425 SoC?

Judging by the results of synthetic and gaming tests, Technical City recommends Intel Celeron M 575.
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