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Revision as of 12:06, 6 January 2006

Intel Core Duo (Yonah)

The Intel Core is the successor of the Pentium M processor. The fabrication process was reduced again to 0.065µm. The Intel Core processors feature a 667 MHz FSB and accompany the Yonah Centrino platform.

Features

  • 1.66 GHz tact
  • 667 MHz FSB
  • ?? Million Transistors
  • 0.065µm fabrication process
  • 2 MB L2-Cache
  • (Enhanced) EIST, XD-Bit
  • MMX, SSE, SSE2 instruction sets

Available Types and ThinkPads featuring them

Nr. Frequency (MHz) FSB (MHz) XD-Bit core Voltage (V) TDP (W) ThinkPad Models
max. min. high low high low
Intel Core Solo
T1300 1666 ... 667  ?? ... ... 27 ...

Thermal Specifications

GCC Optimization Flags

See also