Using Intel's advanced 0.13-micron process technology with copper interconnect, the Mobile Intel® Pentium®áProcessoráoffers high-performance and low-power consumption. The Mobile Intel PentiumáProcessor (hereafter referred to as "the processor") is based on the same core as existing Mobile Intel PentiumáProcessors. Key performance features include Internet Streaming SIMD instructions, an Advanced Transfer Cache architecture, and a processor system bus speed of 133 MHz. These features are offered in Micro-FCPGA packages for socketable boards and Micro-FCBGA packages for surface mount boards.
The Low Voltage Mobile Intel PentiumáProcessor will support both a 133-MHz and a 100-MHz bus speed. The Ultra Low Voltage Mobile Intel PentiumáProcessor will support both 133-MHz and 100-MHz (see product features section for specific supported frequencies) bus speed. The Low Voltage and Ultra Low Voltageánotebook processors will be available only in the Micro-FCBGA package. All of these technologies make outstanding performance possible for mobile PCs in a variety of shapes and sizes.
The processor, when used in conjunction with the Intel SpeedStep® technology applet, supports Enhanced Intel SpeedStep technology, which enables real-time dynamic switching of the voltage and frequency between two performance modes based on CPU demand. This occurs by switching the bus ratios, core operating voltage, and core processor speeds without resetting the system. The processor also features a new ultra low power state called Deeper Sleep.
The 512-kB integrated L2 cache based on the Advanced Transfer Cache architecture runs at full speed and is designed to help improve performance. It complements the system bus by providing critical data faster and reducing total system power consumption. The processor also features Data Prefetch Logic that speculatively fetches data to the L2 cache, resulting in improved performance. The Mobile Intel® Pentium®áProcessor's 64-bit wide Assisted Gunning Transceiver Logic (AGTL) system bus provides a glue-less, point-to-point interface for a memory controller hub.
This document covers the electrical, mechanical, and thermal specifications for the following:
- The Mobile Intel PentiumáProcessor is offered at the following frequencies and voltages (Maximum Performance mode/Battery Optimized mode): 1.333 GHz/800 MHz, 1.266 GHz/800 MHz, 1.200 GHz/800 MHz, 1.133 GHz/733 MHz, 1.066 GHz/733 MHz, and 1.000 GHz/733 MHz at 1.40 V/1.15 V.
- The Low Voltage Mobile Intel PentiumáProcessor is offered at the following frequencies and voltages (Maximum Performance mode/Battery Optimized mode): 1.00 GHz/533 MHz, 933/533 MHz, 866/533 MHz, 800/533 MHz, 850/500 MHz, and 800A/500 MHz at 1.15 V/1.05 V.
- The Ultra Low Voltage Mobile Intel PentiumáProcessor is offered at the following frequency and voltage (Maximum Performance mode/Battery Optimized mode): 933/400 MHz, 900/400 MHz, 866/400 MHz, 850/400 MHz, 800/400 MHz at 1.10 V/0.95 V.
Unless explicitly stated, all references to the Mobile Intel PentiumáProcessor in this document also apply to the Low Voltage and Ultra Low Voltage Mobile Intel PentiumáProcessor.
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