The Intel Celeron 877 is a dual-core Ultra-Low-Voltage processor for entry level ultraportable laptop PC. This ULV processor is based on Sandy Bridge processor that offers Intel HD Graphics that runs at the clock speed of 350 to 1000 MHz.
This Intel Celeron 877 dual-core processor features 128 KB Level 1 Cache; 512 KB Level2 Cache; and 2048 KB Level3 cache. It also features HD Graphics, DDR3 Memory Controller, Enhanced Speedstep, Thermal Monitoring, and Execute Disable Bit technology.
The Intel Celeron 877 ULV dual-core processor runs at the clock speed of 1.4GHz and supports VT-x hardware virtualization. It has a Thermal Design Power (TDP) of 17 Watts which makes it suitable for laptops with sizes ranging from 11.6 inch and above.
In terms of performance, this Intel Celeron 877 has a PassMark rating of 1429, this is higher compared to AMD E-450 with a rating of 743; AMD E2-1800 with a rating of 811 and AMD E2-3000M with a rating of 1184.