Intel Core i5 2467M is an amazing, power efficient processor for entry level and business ultrabooks. It runs at 1.6GHz clock speed and overclocks to 2.3GHz under turbo boost mode. Its immediate kin, the Core i5 2557m runs at 1.7GHz (2.7GHz under Turbo boost). Again, like 2557m, the 2467m is based on Sandy Bridge architecture and as expected, you get Intel HD 3000 for graphics.
There are two cores that handle upto 4 threads, thanks to hypertheading. The Core i5 2557m got 2660 in the passmark test, while our 2467m got 2386. In real world, the difference is negligible. Here are its benchmark results:
1) PCMark Vantage – 4909
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2) Cinebench R10: Rendering Multiple CPUs 64Bit – 7121
3) Passmark – 2386