List of Intel Core processors

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The following is a list of Intel Core microprocessors.

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The Core brand of Intel's 32-bit single- and dual-core mobile microprocessor is based on the P6 microarchitecture and part of Intel's Core-line. Intel Core branched off as Duo (dual-core) and Solo (Duo with one disabled core).

It is followed by Core 2, see also List of Intel Core 2 microprocessors.

Single-Core Mobile processors

Core Solo

"Yonah" (65 nm)

Model
number
sSpec
number
Frequency L2
cache
FSB Mult. Voltage TDP Socket Release datePart
number(s)
Release
price (USD)
standard voltage
Core Solo T1200 [4] [5] [6]
  • SL92C (C0)
1.5 GHz2 MiB 667 MT/s0.7625–1.3 V
27 W
Socket M July 2006
  • LF80538GF0212M
Core Solo T1250
  • SL99U (C0)
1.73 GHz2 MiB533 MT/s13×0.7625–1.3 V
31 W
Socket M
  • LF80538GE0302M
Core Solo T1300
  • SL8W3 (C0)
  • SL9LH (D0)
  • SL8VY (C0)
  • SL9L4 (D0)
1.67 GHz2 MiB667 MT/s10×0.7625–1.3 V
27 W
  • Socket 479/FC-µBGA
  • Socket 479/FC-µBGA
  • Socket M
  • Socket M
January 2006
  • LE80538GF0282M
  • LE80538GF0282M
  • LF80538GF0282M
  • BX80538T1300
$209
Core Solo T1350 [8]
  • SL99T (C0)
1.87 GHz2 MiB533 MT/s14×0.7625–1.3 V
31 W
Socket MJuly 2006
  • LF80538GE0362M
Core Solo T1400
  • SL92X (C0)
  • SL9LJ (D0)
  • SL92V (C0)
  • SL9L5 (D0)
1.83 GHz2 MiB667 MT/s11×0.7625–1.3 V
27 W
  • Socket 479/FC-µBGA
  • Socket 479/FC-µBGA
  • Socket M
  • Socket M
May 2006
  • LE80538GF0342M
  • LE80538GF0342M
  • LF80538GF0342M
  • BX80538T1400
$209
Core Solo T1500 [12] [13] [14]
  • SL92W (C0)
  • SL92U (C0)
2 GHz2 MiB667 MT/s12×0.7625–1.3 V
27 W
  • Socket 479/FC-µBGA
  • Socket M
August 2006
  • LE80538GF0412M
  • LF80538GF0412M
ultra-low voltage
Core Solo U1300
  • SL8W7 (C0)
  • SL9LA (D0)
1.07 GHz2 MiB 533 MT/s0.95–1.05 V
5.5 W
April 2006
  • LE80539UE0042M
$241
Core Solo U1400
  • SL8W6 (C0)
  • SL9LB (D0)
1.2 GHz2 MiB533 MT/s0.95–1.05 V
5.5 W
Socket 479/FC-µBGAApril 2006
  • LE80538UE0092M
$262
Core Solo U1500
  • SL9LC (D0)
1.33 GHz2 MiB533 MT/s10×0.85–1.1 V
5.5 W
Socket 479/FC-µBGAJanuary 2007
  • LE80538UE0142MX
$262

Dual-Core Mobile Processors

Core Duo

"Yonah" (65 nm)

Model
number
sSpec
number
Frequency L2
cache
FSB Mult. Voltage TDP Socket Release datePart
number(s)
Release
price (USD)
standard voltage
Core Duo T2050
  • SL9BN (C0)
1.6 GHz2 MiB 533 MT/s12×0.762–1.3 V
31 W
Socket M May 2006
  • LF80539GE0252M
$140
Core Duo T2250
  • SL9DV (C0)
1.73 GHz2 MiB533 MT/s13×0.762–1.3 V
31 W
Socket MMay 2006
  • LF80539GE0302M
OEM
Core Duo T2300
  • SL8VR (C0)
  • SL9JL (D0)
  • SL8VV (C0)
  • SL9JY (D0)
1.67 GHz2 MiB667 MT/s10×0.762–1.3 V
31 W
January 2006
  • LF80539GF0282M
  • LF80539GF0282M
  • LE80539GF0282M
  • LE80539GF0282M
$241
Core Duo T2300E
  • SL9DM (C0)
  • SL9JE (D0)
  • SL9DN (C0)
  • SL9JV (D0)
1.67 GHz2 MiB667 MT/s10×0.762–1.3 V
31 W
  • Socket M
  • Socket M
  • µFCBGA-479
  • µFCBGA-479
May 2006
  • LF80539GF0282ME
  • LF80539GF0282ME
  • LE80539GF0282ME
  • LE80539GF0282ME
$209
Core Duo T2350
  • SL9JK (C0)
1.87 GHz2 MiB533 MT/s14×0.762–1.3 V
31 W
Socket M
  • LF80539GE0362ME
OEM
Core Duo T2400
  • SL8VQ (C0)
  • SL9JM (D0)
  • SL8VU (C0)
  • SL9JZ (D0)
1.83 GHz2 MiB667 MT/s11×0.762–1.3 V
  • 31 W
  • 31 W
  • 27 W
  • 27 W
  • Socket M
  • Socket M
  • Socket 479/FC-µBGA
  • Socket 479/FC-µBGA
January 2006
  • LF80539GF0342M
  • LF80539GF0342M
  • LE80539GF0342M
  • LE80539GF0342M
$294
Core Duo T2450
  • SLA4M (C0)
2 GHz2 MiB533 MT/s15×0.762–1.3 V
31 W
Socket M
  • LF80539GE0412M
OEM
Core Duo T2500
  • SL8VT (C0)
  • SL9K2 (D0)
  • SL8VP (C0)
  • SL9EH (D0)
2 GHz2 MiB667 MT/s12×0.762–1.3 V
31 W
  • Socket M
  • Socket M
  • Socket 479/FC-µBGA
  • Socket 479/FC-µBGA
January 2006
  • LF80539GF0412M
  • LF80539GF0412M
  • LE80539GF0412M
  • LE80539GF0412M
$423
Core Duo T2600
  • SL8VN (C0)
  • SL9JN (D0)
  • SL8VS (C0)
  • SL9K3 (D0)
2.17 GHz2 MiB667 MT/s13×0.762–1.3 V
31 W
  • Socket M
  • Socket M
  • Socket 479/FC-µBGA
  • Socket 479/FC-µBGA
January 2006
  • LE80539GF0482M
  • LE80539GF0482M
  • LE80539GF0482M
  • LE80539GF0482M
$637
Core Duo T2700
  • SL9JP (D0)
  • SL9K4 (D0)
2.33 GHz2 MiB667 MT/s14×0.762–1.3 V
31 W
  • Socket M
  • Socket 479/FC-µBGA
June 2006
  • LF80539GF0532MX
  • LE80539GF0532MX
$637
low voltage
Core Duo LV L2300
  • SL8VX (C0)
  • SL9JS (D0)
1.5 GHz2 MiB 667 MT/s0.762–1.212 V
15 W
Socket 479/FC-µBGA January 2006
  • LE80539LF0212M
$284
Core Duo LV L2400
  • SL8VW (C0)
  • SL9JT (D0)
1.67 GHz2 MiB667 MT/s10×0.762–1.212 V
15 W
Socket 479/FC-µBGAJanuary 2006
  • LE80539LF0282M
$316
Core Duo LV L2500
  • SL9JU (D0)
1.83 GHz2 MiB667 MT/s11×0.762–1.212 V
15 W
Socket 479/FC-µBGASeptember 2006
  • LE80539LF0342MX
$316
ultra-low voltage
Core Duo ULV U2400
  • SL99W (C0)
  • SL9UR (D0)
1.07 GHz2 MiB 533 MT/s0.8–1.1 V
9 W
Socket 479/FC-µBGA June 2006
  • LE80539UE0042M
$262
Core Duo ULV U2500
  • SL99V (C0)
  • SL9JQ (D0)
1.2 GHz2 MiB533 MT/s0.8–1.1 V
9 W
Socket 479/FC-µBGAJune 2006
  • LE80539UE0092M
$289

See also

Related Research Articles

The P6 microarchitecture is the sixth-generation Intel x86 microarchitecture, implemented by the Pentium Pro microprocessor that was introduced in November 1995. It is frequently referred to as i686. It was succeeded by the NetBurst microarchitecture in 2000, but eventually revived in the Pentium M line of microprocessors. The successor to the Pentium M variant of the P6 microarchitecture is the Core microarchitecture which in turn is also derived from the P6 microarchitecture.

Yonah was the code name of Intel's first generation 65 nm process CPU cores, based on cores of the earlier Banias / Dothan Pentium M microarchitecture. Yonah CPU cores were used within Intel's Core Solo and Core Duo mobile microprocessor products. SIMD performance on Yonah improved through the addition of SSE3 instructions and improvements to SSE and SSE2 implementations; integer performance decreased slightly due to higher latency cache. Additionally, Yonah included support for the NX bit.

Pentium Brand of microprocessors produced by Intel

Pentium is a brand used for a series of x86 architecture-compatible microprocessors produced by Intel since 1993. In their form as of November 2011, Pentium processors are considered entry-level products that Intel rates as "two stars", meaning that they are above the low-end Atom and Celeron series, but below the faster Intel Core lineup, and workstation Xeon series.

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