List of Intel Pentium III microprocessors

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The Pentium III from Intel is a sixth-generation CPU targeted at the consumer market.

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Desktop processors

"Katmai" (250 nm)

Model
number
sSpec
number
Frequency L2
cache
FSB Mult. Voltage TDP Socket Release datePart
number(s)
Release
price (USD)
Pentium III 450
  • SL364 (kB0)
  • SL38E (kB0)
  • SL3CC (kB0)
  • SL35D (kC0)
  • SL37C (kC0)
450 MHz512 KB 100 MT/s4.5×1.93–2.07 V
25.3 W
February 26, 1999
  • 80525PY450512
  • BX80525U450512
  • BX80525U450512E
$496
Pentium III 500
  • SL365 (kB0)
  • SL38F (kB0)
  • SL3CD (kB0)
  • SL35E (kC0)
  • SL37D (kC0)
500 MHz512 KB100 MT/s1.93–2.07 V
28 W
  • Slot 1
February 26, 1999
  • 80525PY500512
  • BX80525U500512
  • BX80525U500512E
$696
Pentium III 533B
  • SL3BN (kC0)
  • SL3E9 (kC0)
533 MHz512 KB133 MT/s1.93–2.07 V
29.7 W
  • Slot 1
September 27, 1999
  • 80525PZ533512
  • BX80525U533512
  • BX80525U533512E
$369
Pentium III 550
  • SL3F7 (kC0)
  • SL3FJ (kC0)
550 MHz512 KB100 MT/s5.5×1.93–2.07 V
30.8 W
  • Slot 1
May 17, 1999
  • 80525PY550512
  • BX80525U550512
$700
Pentium III 600
  • SL3JM (kC0)
  • SL3JT (kC0)
600 MHz512 KB100 MT/s1.98–2.12 V
34.5 W
  • Slot 1
August 2, 1999
  • 80525PY600512
  • BX80525U600512
$669
Pentium III 600B
  • SL3JP (kC0)
  • SL3JU (kC0)
600 MHz512 KB133 MT/s4.5×1.98–2.12 V
34.5 W
  • Slot 1
September 27, 1999
  • 80525PZ600512
  • BX80525H600512
  • BX80525H600512E
$615

"Coppermine" (180 nm)

Model NumbersSpec NumberFrequency L2 Cache FSB Mult Voltage TDP Socket Release DatePart Number(s)Release Price (USD)
Pentium III 500E SL3R2, SL446, SL45R, SL3Q9500 MHz256 KB100 MHz1.6 V13.2 W Socket 370 October 25, 1999RB80526PY500256$239
SL3US Slot 1 80526PY500256
Pentium III 533EB SL3VA, SL3VF, SL45S, SL3SX533 MHz256 KB133 MHz1.65 V14 WSocket 370October 25, 1999RB80526PZ533256$305
SL3N6, SL3SX, SL3XG, SL44WSlot 180526PZ533256
Pentium III 550E SL3R3, SL44G, SL45T, SL3QA550 MHz256 KB100 MHz5.5×1.6–1.7 V14.5 WSocket 370October 25, 1999RB80526PY550256$368
SL3V5, SL44XSlot 180526PY550256
Pentium III 600E SL3NL, SL45U, SL5BT, SL3VH, SL3XU, SL4CM600 MHz256 KB100 MHz1.7–1.75 V19.5 WSocket 370October 25, 1999RB80526PY600256$455
SL3H6, SL4C7, SL3NA, SL44Y, SL43ESlot 180526PY600256
Pentium III 600EB SL3VB, SL45V, SL3XT, SL4CL, SL3VG600 MHz256 KB133 MHz4.5×1.65–1.7 V15.8 WSocket 370October 25, 1999RB80526PZ600256$455
SL3H7, SL3NB, SL3XJ, SL44Z, SL4C6Slot 180526PZ600256
Pentium III 650 SL3NM, SL3XV, SL45W, SL3VJ, SL4CK650 MHz256 KB100 MHz6.5×1.65–1.7 V17 WSocket 370October 25, 1999RB80526PY650256$583
SL3KV, SL4C5, SL3XK, SL3NR, SL452Slot 180526PY650256
Pentium III 667 SL3T2, SL3XW, SL45X, SL3VK, SL4CJ666 MHz256 KB133 MHz1.65–1.7 V17.5 WSocket 370October 25, 1999RB80526PZ667256$605
SL3KW, SL3ND, SL3XL, SL453, SL4G6, SL4C4Slot 180526PZ667256
Pentium III 700 SL3T3, SL45Y, SL4M7, SL3VL, SL3XX, SL4CH, SL4ZM700 MHz256 KB100 MHz1.65–1.7 V18.3 WSocket 370October 25, 1999RB80526PY700256$754
SL3SY, SL3XM, SL454, SL3S9, SL4C3Slot 180526PY700256
Pentium III 733 SL3T4, SL3XY, SL4M8, SL45Z, SL4CG, SL3VM, SL4ZL733 MHz256 KB133 MHz5.5×1.65–1.75 V19.1 WSocket 370October 25, 1999RB80526PZ733256$776
SL3SB, SL3XN, SL3SZ, SL4FQ, SL455, SL4KD, SL4C2, SL4CXSlot 180526PZ733256
Pentium III 750 SL3VC, SL4M9, SL3XZ, SL462, SL4CF, SL3VN750 MHz256 KB100 MHz7.5×1.65–1.75 V19.5 WSocket 370December 20, 1999RB80526PY750256$803
SL3V6, SL3WC, SL3XP, SL4KE, SL456, SL4BZSlot 180526PY750256
Pentium III 800 SL3Y3, SL463, SL4CE, SL4MA, SL3X4, SL4ZN, SL65C800 MHz256 KB100 MHz1.65–1.75 V20.8 WSocket 370December 20, 1999RB80526PY800256$851
SL3Z6, SL4BY, SL3XR, SL457, SL4KFSlot 180526PY800256
Pentium III 800EB SL3VE, SL4CD, SL4MB, SL52P, SL3WB, SL3Y2800 MHz256 KB133 MHz1.65–1.75 V20.8 WSocket 370December 20, 1999RB80526PZ800256$851
SL3V8, SL4KG, SL4BX, SL458, SL4G7, SL3WA, SL3XQSlot 180526PZ800256
Pentium III 850 SL4MC, SL43H, SL49G, SL4CC, SL4Z2850 MHz256 KB100 MHz8.5×1.65–1.75 V25.7 WSocket 370March 20, 2000RB80526PY850256$765
SL4BW, SL43F, SL47M, SL4KHSlot 180526PY850256
Pentium III 866 SL49H, SL4MD, SL43J, SL4ZJ, SL5DX, SL4CB, SL5B5, SL5HK866 MHz256 KB133 MHz6.5×1.65–1.75 V22.5/22.9 WSocket 370March 20, 2000RB80526PZ866256$776
SL4BV, SL47N, SL47S, SL43GSlot 180526PZ866256
Pentium III 900 SL4SD, SL5BS900 MHz256 KB100 MHz1.7–1.75 V28.9 WSocket 370October 2000RB80526PY900256
Pentium III 933 SL49J, SL4ME, SL52Q, SL44J, SL4C9, SL5DW, SL5U3, SL5B4, SL5HL933 MHz256 KB133 MHz1.65–1.75 V24.5/27.3 WSocket 370May 24, 2000RB80526PZ933256$744
SL4BT, SL448, SL47QSlot 180526PZ933256
Pentium III 1000 SL5QV1 GHz256 KB100 MHz10×1.75 V29 WSocket 370March 8, 2000RB80526PY001256$990
SL4BR, SL4KLSlot 180526PY1000256
Pentium III 1000EB SL4C8, SL4MF, SL52R, SL5B3, SL5DV, SL5FQ, SL4WM1 GHz256 KB133 MHz7.5×1.7–1.76 V29 WSocket 370March 8, 2000RB80526PZ001256$990
SL4BS, SL48SSlot 180526PZ1000256
Pentium III 1100 SL5QW1.1 GHz256 KB100 MHz11×1.75 V33 WSocket 370June 2000RB80526PY005256
Pentium III 1133 SL5B2, SL4YV1.13 GHz256 KB133 MHz8.5×1.75 V33 WSocket 370July 31, 2000RK80526PZ006256
SL4HH1.8 VSlot 180526PZ1133256

"Coppermine T" (180 nm)

Model NumbersSpec NumberFrequency L2 Cache FSB Mult Voltage TDP Socket Release DatePart Number(s)Release Price (USD)
Pentium III 800 SL5QD800 MHz256 KB133 MHz1.75 V20.8 W Socket 370 June 2001RB80533PZ800256
Pentium III 866 SL5HG, SL5QE866 MHz256 KB133 MHz6.5×1.75 V26.1 WSocket 370June 2001RK80533PZ866256
Pentium III 933 SL5HH, SL5QF933 MHz256 KB133 MHz1.75 V27.3 WSocket 370June 2001RK80533PZ933256
Pentium III 1000 SL5QJ1 GHz256 KB133 MHz7.5×1.75 V29 WSocket 370June 2001RK80533PZ001256
Pentium III 1133 SL5QK1.13 GHz256 KB133 MHz8.5×1.75 V29.1 WSocket 370June 2001RK80533PZ006256$990

"Tualatin" (130 nm)

Model NumbersSpec NumberFrequency L2 Cache FSB Mult Voltage TDP Socket Release DatePart Number(s)Release Price (USD)
Pentium III 1000 SL5GR1 GHz256 KB133 MHz7.5×1.475 V29.9 W Socket 370 July 2001RK80530PZ001256
Pentium III 1000S [2] [3] SL5PS1 GHz512 KB133 MHz7.5×1.475 V29.9 WSocket 370June 2001RK80530KZ001512
Pentium III 1133 SL5GQ, SL5LT, SL6C4, SL6JK1.13 GHz256 KB133 MHz8.5×1.475 V29.1 WSocket 370July 2001RK80530PZ006256
Pentium III 1133S SL5LV, SL5PU, SL6BW, SL6JM1.13 GHz512 KB133 MHz8.5×1.45 V27.9 W [4] / 28.7 WSocket 370June 2001RK80530KZ006512
Pentium III 1200 SL5GN, SL5PM, SL6C3, SL6JL1.2 GHz256 KB133 MHz1.475 V29.9 WSocket 370July 2001RK80530PZ009256
Pentium III 1266S SL5LW, SL5QL, SL6BX, SL6JN1.26 GHz512 KB133 MHz9.5×1.45 V30.4 WSocket 370July 2001RK80530KZ012512
Pentium III 1333 SL5VX, SL6BZ, SL6HS1.33 GHz256 KB133 MHz10×1.475 V29.9 WSocket 370December 2001RK80530PZ014256
Pentium III 1400 SL64W, SL6C2, SL6HR1.4 GHz256 KB133 MHz10.5×1.5 V31.2 WSocket 370December 2001RK80530PZ017256
Pentium III 1400S [5] SL5XL, SL657, SL6BY, SL6JP1.4 GHz512 KB133 MHz10.5×1.45 V32.2 WSocket 370January 8, 2002RK80530KZ017512$315

Mobile processors

"Coppermine" (180 nm)

Model
number
sSpec
number
Frequency L2
cache
FSB Mult. Voltage TDP Socket Release datePart
number(s)
Release
price (USD)
standard voltage
Mobile Pentium III 400
  • SL3DU (BA2)
  • SL43K (BB0)
  • SL4JN (BC0)
  • SL546 (BD0)
400 MHz256 KB 100 MT/s1.35–1.6 V
10.1 W
October 25, 1999
  • KC80526NY400256
  • KC80526LY400256
$348
Mobile Pentium III 450
  • SL3KX (BA2)
  • SL43L (BB0)
  • SL4JA (BC0)
  • SL3LG (PA2)
  • SL3RF (PA2)
  • SL43N (PB0)
  • SL4JQ (PC0)
  • SL4PK
450 MHz256 KB100 MT/s4.5×1.1–1.7 V
15.5 W
October 25, 1999
  • KC80526NY450256
  • KP80526NY450256
$348
Mobile Pentium III 500
  • SL4ZH (BC0)
  • SL5P4 (BD0)
  • SL3PK (BA2)
  • SL4JP (BC0)
  • SL545 (BD0)
  • SL3DT (BA2)
  • SL43M (BB0)
  • SL4JB (BC0)
  • SL3DW (PA2)
  • SL3RG (PA2)
  • SL43P (PB0)
  • SL479 (PB0)
  • SL4JR (PC0)
  • SL4PL (PC0)
  • SL43Z (BB0)
500 MHz256 KB100 MT/s1.35–1.6 V
16.8 W
  • BGA2
  • μPGA2
October 25, 1999
  • KC80526GU500256
  • KC80526LY500256
  • KC80526NY500256
  • KP80526NY500256
$530
Mobile Pentium III 600
  • SL4GH (BB0)
  • SL4JM (BC0)
  • SL5V4 (BD0)
  • SL34Y (BA2)
  • SL3PH (BA2)
  • SL43Y (BB0)
  • SL4JH (BC0)
  • SL3PM (PA2)
  • SL3TP (PA2)
  • SL443 (PB0)
  • SL46V (PB0)
  • SL4JX (PC0)
  • SL4PM (PC0)
600 MHz256 KB100 MT/s1.1–1.6 V
34.5 W
  • BGA2
  • μPGA2
January 18, 2000
  • KC80526GL600256
  • KC80526GU600256
  • KC80526GY600256
  • KP80526GY600256
$423
Mobile Pentium III 650
  • SL3PG (BA2)
  • SL43X (BB0)
  • SL4JJ (BC0)
  • SL3PL (PA2)
  • SL3TQ (PA2)
  • SL442 (PB0)
  • SL46W (PB0)
  • SL4JY (PC0)
  • SL4PN (PC0)
650 MHz256 KB100 MT/s6.5×1.35–1.6 V
21.5 W
  • BGA2
  • μPGA2
January 18, 2000
  • KC80526GY650256
  • KP80526GY650256
$637
Mobile Pentium III 700
  • SL54D (BD0)
  • SL3Z7 (BB0)
  • SL4JK (BC0)
  • SL56R (BC0)
  • SL3Z8 (PB0)
  • SL4DL (PB0)
  • SL4JZ (PC0)
  • SL4PP (PC0)
700 MHz256 KB100 MT/s1.35–1.6 V
23 W
  • BGA2
  • μPGA2
April 24, 2000
  • KC80526GL700256
  • KC80526GY700256
  • KP80526GY700256
$562
Mobile Pentium III 750
  • SL4AS (BB0)
  • SL4JL (BC0)
  • SL54A (BD0)
  • SL583 (BD0)
  • SL44T (PB0)
  • SL4DM (PB0)
  • SL4K2 (PC0)
  • SL4PQ (PC0)
  • SL53P (PD0)
  • SL58M (PD0)
750 MHz256 KB100 MT/s7.5×1.35–1.6 V
24.6 W
  • BGA2
  • μPGA2
June 19, 2000
  • KC80526GL750256
  • KC80526GY750256
  • KP80526GY750256
$562
Mobile Pentium III 800
  • SL4AK (BC0)
  • SL548 (BD0)
  • SL4GT (PC0)
  • SL4PR (PC0)
  • SL53M (PD0)
  • SL58N (PD0)
  • SL4JX
800 MHz256 KB100 MT/s1.35–1.6 V
25.9 W
  • BGA2
  • μPGA2
September 25, 2000
  • KC80526GY800256
  • KP80526GY800256
$508
Mobile Pentium III 850
  • SL4AG (BC0)
  • SL547 (BD0)
  • SL4AH (PC0)
  • SL4PS (PC0)
  • SL53L (PD0)
  • SL58P (PD0)
850 MHz256 KB100 MT/s8.5×1.35–1.6 V
27.5 W
  • BGA2
  • μPGA2
September 25, 2000
  • KC80526GY850256
  • KP80526GY850256
$722
Mobile Pentium III 900
  • SL59H (BC0)
  • SL54G (BD0)
  • SL59J (PC0)
  • SL5AV (PC0)
  • SL53T (PD0)
  • SL58Q (PD0)
900 MHz256 KB100 MT/s1.35–1.7 V
30.7 W
  • BGA2
  • μPGA2
March 19, 2001
  • KC80526GY900256
  • KP80526GY900256
$562
Mobile Pentium III 1.0
  • SL54F (BD0)
  • SL5TB (BD0)
  • SL53S (PD0)
  • SL58S (PD0)
  • SL5TF (PD0)
1000 MHz256 KB100 MT/s10×1.35–1.7 V
34 W
  • BGA2
  • μPGA2
March 19, 2001
  • KC80526GY001256
  • KP80526GY001256
$722
low voltage
Mobile Pentium III LV 600 [8] [9]
  • SL4GH (BB0)
  • SL4JM (BC0)
600 MHz256 KB100 MT/s1.1–1.35 V
14.4 W
  • BGA2
June 19, 2000
  • KC80526GL600256
Mobile Pentium III LV 700 [12] [13]
  • SL56R (BC0)
  • SL54D (BD0)
700 MHz256 KB100 MT/s1.1–1.35 V
16.1 W
  • BGA2
February 27, 2001
  • KC80526GL700256
Mobile Pentium III LV 750 [16] [17]
  • SL583 (BD0)
750 MHz256 KB100 MT/s7.5×1.1–1.35 V
17.2 W
  • BGA2
May 21, 2001
  • KC80526GY750256
ultra low voltage
Mobile Pentium III ULV 500 [20] [21]
  • SL4ZH (BC0)
  • SL5P4 (BD0)
500 MHz256 KB100 MT/s0.975–1.1 V
8.1 W
  • BGA2
January 30, 2001
  • KC80526GU500256
Mobile Pentium III ULV 600 [24] [25]
  • SL588 (BD0)
  • SL5V4 (BD0)
600 MHz256 KB100 MT/s0.975–1.1 V
9.7 W
  • BGA2
May 21, 2001
  • KC80526GU600256

"Tualatin" (130 nm)

Model
number
sSpec
number
Frequency L2
cache
FSB Mult. Voltage TDP Socket Release datePart
number(s)
Release
price (USD)
standard voltage
Mobile Pentium III-M 866 [30] [31] [32] [33]
  • SL5CN (A1)
  • SL5CF (A1)
  • SL5UB (A1)
867 MHz512 KB133 MT/s6.5×1.15–1.4 V
19.5 W
July 30, 2001
  • RJ80530GZ866512
  • RH80530GZ866512
  • RH80530GZ86651E
Mobile Pentium III-M 933 [38] [39] [40] [41]
  • SL5CP (A1)
  • SL5CG (A1)
  • SL5UC (A1)
933 MHz512 KB133 MT/s1.15–1.4 V
20.1 W
  • BGA2
  • μPGA2
July 30, 2001
  • RJ80530GZ933512
  • RH80530GZ933512
  • RH80530GZ93351E
Mobile Pentium III-M 1000 [46] [47] [48] [49]
  • SL5CQ (A1)
  • SL6AG (B1)
  • SL5CH (A1)
  • SL5PL (A1)
  • SL69V (B1)
1000 MHz512 KB133 MT/s7.5×1.15–1.4 V
20.5 W
  • BGA2
  • μPGA2
July 30, 2001
  • RJ80530GZ00151E
  • RJ80530GZ001512
  • RH80530GZ00151E
  • BXM80530B100GD
  • RH80530GZ001512
Mobile Pentium III-M 1066 [54] [55] [56] [57]
  • SL5CR (A1)
  • SL6AH (B1)
  • SL4N3 (A1)
  • SL5CJ (A1)
  • SL6A5 (B1)
1067 MHz512 KB133 MT/s1.15–1.4 V
21 W
  • BGA2
  • μPGA2
July 30, 2001
  • RJ80530GZ00451E
  • RJ80530GZ004512
  • BXM80530B106GD
  • RH80530GZ00451E
  • RH80530GZ004512
Mobile Pentium III-M 1133 [62] [63] [64] [65]
  • SL5CS (A1)
  • SL6AJ (B1)
  • SL5CK (A1)
  • SL5N4 (A1)
  • SL6A8 (B1)
1133 MHz512 KB133 MT/s8.5×1.15–1.4 V
21.8 W
  • BGA2
  • μPGA2
July 30, 2001
  • RJ80530GZ00651E
  • RJ80530GZ006512
  • RH80530GZ00651E
  • BXM80530B113GD
  • RH80530GZ006512
Mobile Pentium III-M 1200 [70] [71] [72] [73]
  • SL5CT (A1)
  • SL6AK (B1)
  • SL5CL (A1)
  • SL5N5 (A1)
  • SL6A9 (B1)
1200 MHz512 KB133 MT/s1.15–1.4 V
22 W
  • BGA2
  • μPGA2
October 1, 2001
  • RJ80530GZ00951E
  • RJ80530GZ009512
  • RH80530GZ00951E
  • BXM80530B120GD
  • RH80530GZ009512
Mobile Pentium III-M 1266 [78] [79] [80] [81]
  • SL6AL (B1)
  • SL637 (A1)
  • SL6AA (B1)
1267 MHz512 KB133 MT/s9.5×1.15–1.4 V
22 W
  • BGA2
  • μPGA2
September 16, 2002
  • RJ80530GZ012512
  • RH80530GZ01251E
  • RH80530GZ012512
Mobile Pentium III-M 1333 [86] [87] [88] [89]
  • SL6CS (B1)
  • SL6CQ (B1)
1333 MHz512 KB133 MT/s10×1.15–1.4 V
22 W
  • BGA2
  • μPGA2
  • RJ80530GZ014512
  • RH80530GZ014512
low voltage
Mobile Pentium III-M LV 733 [92] [93]
  • SL5QS (A1)
733 MHz512 KB133 MT/s5.5×1.05–1.15 V
9.3 W
  • RJ80530LZ73351E
Mobile Pentium III-M LV 750 [96] [97]
  • SL5QR (A1)
750 MHz512 KB100 MT/s7.5×1.05–1.15 V
9.4 W
  • BGA2
January 21, 2002
  • RJ80530LY75051E
Mobile Pentium III-M LV 800 [100] [101]
  • SL5QP (A1)
  • SL6AP (B1)
800 MHz512 KB133 MT/s1.05–1.15 V
9.4 W
  • BGA2
October 5, 2001
  • RJ80530LZ800512
  • RJ80530LZ80051E
Mobile Pentium III-M LV 800A [104] [105]
  • SL5QQ (A1)
  • SL6AQ (B1)
800 MHz512 KB133 MT/s1.05–1.15 V
9.4 W
  • BGA2
October 1, 2001
  • RJ80530LY800512
  • RJ80530LY80051E
Mobile Pentium III-M LV 850 [108] [109]
  • SL63A (A1)
  • SL6AN (B1)
850 MHz512 KB100 MT/s8.5×1.05–1.15 V
10 W
  • BGA2
January 21, 2002
  • RJ80530LY850512
Mobile Pentium III-M LV 866 [112] [113]
  • SL639 (A1)
  • SL6AM (B1)
867 MHz512 KB133 MT/s6.5×1.05–1.15 V
10.1 W
  • BGA2
January 21, 2002
  • RJ80530LZ866512
Mobile Pentium III-M LV 933 [116] [117]
  • SL68W (B1)
  • SL6AT (B1)
933 MHz512 KB133 MT/s1.05–1.15 V
10.5 W
  • BGA2
April 17, 2002
  • RJ80530LZ933512
  • RJ80530LZ93351E
Mobile Pentium III-M LV 1000 [120] [121]
  • SL6CT (B1)
1000 MHz512 KB133 MT/s7.5×1.05–1.15 V
11 W
  • BGA2
September 16, 2002
  • RJ80530LZ001512
ultra low voltage
Mobile Pentium III-M ULV 700 [124] [125]
  • SL5QT (A1)
700 MHz512 KB 100 MT/s0.95–1.1 V
7 W
November 13, 2001
  • RJ80530UY700512
Mobile Pentium III-M ULV 733 [128] [129]
  • SL63C (A1)
733 MHz512 KB133 MT/s5.5×0.95–1.1 V
7 W
  • BGA2
  • RJ80530UZ733512
Mobile Pentium III-M ULV 750 [132] [133]
  • SL63B (A1)
750 MHz512 KB100 MT/s7.5×0.95–1.1 V
7 W
  • BGA2
January 21, 2002
  • RJ80530UY750512
Mobile Pentium III-M ULV 800 [136] [137]
  • SL68X (A1)
  • SL6AX (B1)
800 MHz512 KB133 MT/s0.95–1.1 V
9.8 W
  • BGA2
April 17, 2002
  • RJ80530UZ800512
Mobile Pentium III-M ULV 800A [140] [141]
  • SL68Y (A1)
  • SL6AY (B1)
800 MHz512 KB133 MT/s0.95–1.1 V
9.8 W
  • BGA2
April 17, 2002
  • RJ80530UY800512
Mobile Pentium III-M ULV 850 [144] [145]
  • SL6CU (B1)
850 MHz512 KB100 MT/s8.5×0.95–1.1 V
9.8 W
  • BGA2
September 16, 2002
  • RJ80530UY850512
Mobile Pentium III-M ULV 866 [148] [149]
  • SL6CV (B1)
867 MHz512 KB133 MT/s6.5×0.95–1.1 V
9.8 W
  • BGA2
September 16, 2002
  • RJ80530UZ866512
Mobile Pentium III-M ULV 900 [152] [153]
  • QQB2 (B1)
900 MHz512 KB100 MT/s0.95–1.1 V
9.8 W
  • BGA2
January 14, 2003
  • RJ80530UY900512
Mobile Pentium III-M ULV 933 [156] [157]
  • QQA0 (B1)
933 MHz512 KB133 MT/s0.95–1.1 V
9.8 W
  • BGA2
January 14, 2003
  • RJ80530UZ933512

Videogame consoles

"Coppermine-128" (180 nm)

A modified version of Coppermine was developed for Microsoft's Xbox game console. The only significant change was that the chip lost half of its L2 cache, dropping it down to 128 KB. Unlike the Celeron Coppermine variant with the same size L2 cache, but reduced 4-way L2 cache associativity, Xbox's Coppermine core kept all of its 8-way L2 cache associativity from the Pentium III. This means that the Xbox CPU's L2 cache is more efficient than Celeron's. The Xbox CPU was manufactured onto the same Micro-PGA2 packaging as notebook chips.

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sSpec
number
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cache
FSB Mult. Voltage TDP Socket Release datePart
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Release
price (USD)
standard voltage
Intel Pentium III KC 733 (Xbox CPU)
  • SL5SN
733 MHz128 KB 133 MT/s5.5× ?–1.7 V
? W
June 19, 2000
  •  ?
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