What is the speed difference between celeron and pentium m processors Tags: CPUs Laptops Celeron Processors Pentium Last response: July 14, 2012 9:29 PM in CPUs Share robertcatone July 14, 2012 7:59:44 PM Hello, I am wondering what is the difference in speed etc. between a laptop wit a celeron cpu and a laptop with a pentium m processor. I have both just wondering which one is the better all around processor. More about : speed difference celeron pentium processors popatim a c 131 à CPUs a b D Laptop July 14, 2012 9:15:04 PM pentium m usually has twice the cache and supports speedstep... depending on exact cpu model #'s that is. nomad_1911 July 14, 2012 9:29:29 PM If they are same generation cpu's,pentium is always faster,since celeron is intels lowest offering and thereby cheapest,so basicaly Pentium>Celeron,cheers !!! Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumWhat is the speed difference between celeron and pentium m processors ForumDifference Between Celeron and Pentium ForumWhat is the difference between the intel i7 and intel xeon processors ? ForumLow Cost Celeron Compared to Pentium-M ? ForumWhat is the main difference between a Pentium D, core 2 Dual & dual c ForumDifference between SB Pentium and Celeron ForumCeleron g550 or pentium g2120 ForumWhat is the difference between a pentium i3 processor and a intel core duo ForumHow does an 800Mhz celeron compare to lower speed Pentium .. ForumShould I get celeron or send $$ for Pentium 4? ForumCeleron Vs. Pentium III Forumpentium 4 or celeron ForumMain difference between Celeron and P4 cpu's? ForumDifference between intel(R) core 2 and Pentium(R)M Processor ForumConroe-L to appear as Pentium E1000 and Celeron 400 series Forumamd vs. pentium vs. celeron ForumPSU Help Forum[Solved] What power supply should i use for this build Forum[Solved] What would be the better option for a budget build: Intel or AMD Forum[Solved] I5 2500k or i5 3750k? What one is better for overclocking? More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !