Intel Celeron N4020 Entry-Level Laptop Processor

The Intel Celeron N4020 is one of the most budget-friendly and power-efficient laptop processors. This 6-Watt chip for affordable laptops isn’t as fast as the popular 15-Watt mid-range CPUs, such as those from the Intel Core U or AMD Ryzen U series. But, the Intel Celeron N4020 can be a decent solution for many laptop users who don’t regularly do heavy tasks like video editing. It can handle fairly well web browsing, work on Office documents, media playback, and other daily computing tasks. As for gaming, the Intel UHD 600 graphics of the Celeron N4020 is one of the weakest solutions. It can be used only for the lightest games.

Intel Celeron N4020 Benchmark

Intel Celeron N4020 Benchmark

Note: The benchmark scores of the listed processors are averages measured across various devices with these processors. The scores and real-world performance of the Intel Celeron N4020 and compared CPUs may vary depending on the notebooks' other components, settings, cooling, and other factors. However, the benchmark results are good indicators of the processors' performance.

Specifications of the Intel Celeron N4020

Here's the specs sheet of the Intel Celeron N4020:

Processor Name Intel Celeron N4020
CPU Family Intel Celeron "Gemini Lake" Refresh
Number of Cores Quad-core / 1 computing thread per core
CPU Clock Speed 1.1 - 2.8 GHz
Cache Size 4MB
Memory Support DDR4 (2400 MHz max. speed)
Integrated Graphics Intel UHD 600
Power Consumption 6W
Production Technology 14-nanometer
Notable Technologies Intel QuickSync Video (speeds up conversion of video files)

Virtualization (allows the processor to run multiple virtual platforms)
Typical Use Affordable laptops & 2-in-1 PCs
Year of Release 2019

Published on December 31, 2019

User Reviews and Q&A on the Intel Celeron N4020

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    can I insect a hard derive in it

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