The Pentium 967 is a dual core processor for cheap, entry level notebooks. Based on Sandy Bridge architecture, it comes with Intel HD 2000 graphics clocked at 350 to 1000MHz. The CPU runs at 1.3GHz clock speed and does not overclocks itself as there is no turbo boost mode.
There is 0.5 MB L2 and 2MB L3 cache. There are two cores that handle 2 threads simultaneously. TDP is 17 watts, which is at par with ultrabook processors like Core i3 2367m. Here are its benchmark results:
1) PCMark Vantage – 2997
2) Passmark – 1246
3) 3DMark 06 CPU – 1319
4) Cinebench R10: Rendering Multiple CPUs 64Bit – 3816
The Pentium 967 (1246) got less passmark score than its sibling Celeron 867 (1241). The Celeron 877 and Intel B820 got higher than both of these two – 1450. That said, the performance of any of these celeron and Pentium CPUs is not going to rival any Core i5, i7 or even i3.