Intel Celeron M

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Intel Celeron M

The Celeron M is a budget processor based on the Pentium M. Compared to the Pentium M it has only half the L2-Cache and lacks the SpeedStep feature (excl. Banias family).

Features

  • 800-1600 MHz tact
  • 400 MHz FSB
  • 170 Million Transistors
  • 0.13µm or 0.09µm fabrication process
  • 512 KB or 1 MB L2-Cache
  • QuickStart, Deeper Sleep
  • MMX, SSE, SSE2 instruction sets

Available Types and ThinkPads featuring them

Nr. Frequency (MHz) L2-Cache (KB) FSB (MHz) XD-Bit VCore (V) TDP (W) ThinkPad Models
Celeron M (Dothan)
380 1600 1024 400 1.292 21.0 R51e
370 1500 1024 400 ... 21.0 R51e, R52, Z60m, Z60t
360J 1400 1024 400 ... 21.0 R51e
360 1400 1024 400 ... 21.0 R50e, R52, Z60m, Z60t
350J 1300 1024 400 ... 21.0
350 1300 1024 400 ... 21.0 R50e, R51, R52
Celeron M (Dothan) - Ultra Low Voltage
383 1000 1024 400 ... ...
373 1000 512 400 ... ...
353 900 512 400 ... ...
Celeron M (Banias)
340 1500 512 400 1.35 21.0 R50e, R51
330 1400 512 400 1.35 20.0 R51
320 1300 512 400 1.35 19.0 R50e, R51
310 1200 512 400 1.35 18.0
800 512 400 1.0 7.0
Celeron M (Banias) - Ultra Low Voltage
333 900 512 400 ... ...

Thermal Specifications

The max. Core Temperature is 100°C.

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