The Intel Celeron 877 is an ULV dual core processor for entry level notebooks that is based on Sandy Bridge architecture. However, like other Sandy Bridge based Celeron processors, it comes comes with Hyperthreading and Turbo boost deactivated. It runs at 1.4GHz clock speed and features 2MB of L3 cache. There are two cores that are capable of handling 2 threads simultaneously.
TDP of the CPU is 17 watts. Graphics are handled by its HD graphics 2000 that are clocked at 350MHz – 1GHz. Compared to its kind, Celeron 847, the Celeron 877 performed much better.
We were able to get 1450 in the passmark test, which is good enough for every day tasks. However, if your work involves media creation, then we will suggest sticking to Core i-series.