AMD Turion II P560 vs Intel Celeron 1017U

AMD Turion II P560
Intel Celeron 1017U

General info

Comparing Turion II P560 and Celeron 1017U processor market type (desktop or notebook), architecture and sales start time and price.
Place in performance rating
 
Type
Laptop
 
Laptop
Series
AMD Turion II
 
Intel Celeron
Achitecture codename
Champlain
 
Ivy Bridge
Release date
19 October 2010
 
1 July 2013

Technical specs

Turion II P560 and Celeron 1017U quantitative parameters such as cores and threads number, clocks, manufacturing process, cache size and multiplier lock state. These parameters indirectly say of Turion II P560 and Celeron 1017U performance, but for precise assessment you have to consider their test results.
Number of cores
2
 
2
Number of threads
2
 
2
Maximum frequency
2.5 GHz
 
1.6 GHz
FSB
3600 MHz
 
n/d
L1 cache
265 KB
 
128 KB
L2 cache
2 MB
 
512 KB
L3 cache
n/d
 
2048 KB
Manufacturing process technology
45 nm
 
22 nm
Die size
n/d
 
94 mm2
Maximum core temperature
n/d
 
105 °C
64 bit support
+
 
+

Compatibility

Information on Turion II P560 and Celeron 1017U 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
S1
 
FCBGA1023
Power consumption (TDP)
25 Watt
 
17 Watt

Technologies and extensions

Technological solutions and additional instructions supported by Turion II P560 and Celeron 1017U. You'll probably need this information if you require some particular technology.
Instruction set extensions
n/d
 
Intel® SSE4.1, Intel® SSE4.2
VirusProtect
+
 
-
vPro
n/d
 
-
Enhanced SpeedStep (EIST)
n/d
 
+
My WiFi
n/d
 
-
Turbo Boost
n/d
 
-
Hyper-Threading
n/d
 
-
Idle States
n/d
 
+
Thermal Monitoring
-
 
+
Flex Memory Access
n/d
 
+
Demand Based Switching
n/d
 
-
FDI
n/d
 
+
Fast Memory Access
n/d
 
+

Security technologies

Turion II P560 and Celeron 1017U technologies aimed at raising security, for example, by protecting against hacks.
TXT
n/d
 
-
EDB
n/d
 
+
Anti-Theft
n/d
 
-

Virtualization technologies

Virtual machine speed-up technologies supported by Turion II P560 and Celeron 1017U are enumerated here.
AMD-V
+
 
-
VT-d
n/d
 
-
VT-x
n/d
 
+
EPT
n/d
 
+

Memory specs

Types, maximum amount and channel number of RAM supported by Turion II P560 and Celeron 1017U.
Supported memory types
n/d
 
DDR3 / L / -RS 1333 / 1600
Maximum memory size
n/d
 
32 GB
Max memory channels
n/d
 
2
Maximum memory bandwidth
n/d
 
25.6 GB / s

Graphics specifications

General parameters of GPUs integrated into Turion II P560 and Celeron 1017U.
Integrated graphics
n/d
 
Intel HD Graphics (Ivy Bridge) (350 - 1000 MHz)
Graphics max frequency
n/d
 
1 GHz

Graphics interfaces

Available interfaces and connections of Turion II P560 and Celeron 1017U integrated GPUs.
Number of displays supported
n/d
 
3
eDP
n/d
 
+
DisplayPort
-
 
+
HDMI
-
 
+
SDVO
n/d
 
+
CRT
n/d
 
+

Peripherals

Specifications and connection of peripherals supported by Turion II P560 and Celeron 1017U.
PCIe revision
n/d
 
2.0
Max number of PCIe lanes
n/d
 
16

Benchmark performance

Non-gaming benchmarks performance of Turion II P560 and Celeron 1017U. Overall benchmark performance is measured in points in 0-100 range.

Overall benchmark performance

Turion II P560 4.76
Celeron 1017U 4.76

Passmark

Turion II P560 1514 +0.1%
Celeron 1017U 1513

Gaming performance

Let's see how good Turion II P560 and Celeron 1017U are for gaming compared with game system requirements. Remember that sometimes official requirements may reflect real performance inaccurately.

Advantages of AMD Turion II P560

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)
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)

Advantages of Intel Celeron 1017U

Much newer (1 July 2013 vs 19 October 2010)
Finer manufacturing process technology (22 vs 45 nm)
Less power hungry (17 vs 25 watts)
Enhanced SpeedStep (saves energy by managing CPU frequency and voltage in realtime. Supercedes SpeedStep)
Thermal Monitoring (prevents a CPU from overheating by lowering frequency upon reaching the critical temperature)
Execute Disable Bit (allows marking some memory ranges as non-executable, thus protecting software against so-called "buffer overflow" attacks)
Thermal Monitoring Technologies
DisplayPortMenu
HDMIMenu

So, Turion II P560 or Celeron 1017U?

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