Intel Celeron (Coppermine) microprocessor family

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Celeron (Mendocino)
  • » P6 microarchitecture
  • » 0.25 micron
  • » Budget desktop CPU
  • » Up to 533 MHz
  • » 66 MHz FSB
  • » 128 KB L2 cache
  • » 32-bit
  • » MMX
Slot 1
Socket 370
Celeron (Coppermine)
  • » P6 microarchitecture
  • » 0.18 micron
  • » Budget desktop CPU
  • » Up to 1.1 GHz
  • » 66 and 100 MHz FSB
  • » 128 KB L2 cache
  • » 32-bit
  • » MMX, SSE
  • » GTL+ system bus
Socket 370
Pentium III (Coppermine)
  • » Desktop CPU
  • » Up to 1.13 GHz
  • » 100 and 133 MHz FSB
  • » 256 KB L2 cache
Mobile Celeron (Coppermine)
  • » Budget mobile CPU
  • » Up to 900 MHz
  • » 100 MHz FSB
Celeron (Tualatin)
  • » P6 microarchitecture
  • » 0.13 micron
  • » Budget desktop CPU
  • » Up to 1.4 GHz
  • » 100 MHz FSB
  • » 256 KB L2 cache
  • » 32-bit
  • » MMX, SSE
  • » AGTL system bus
Socket 370

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Intel Celeron 533A - RB80526RX533128 / BX80526F533128
533 MHz
128 KB L2 cache
Flip-Chip Grid Array package (socket 370)

Celeron 533A, the first FC-PGA Celeron, was running at the same frequency as the fastest PPGA Celeron processor. Having the same L2 cache size and running at the same bus speed, performance-wise this processor was not very different from PPGA Celeron. The only exception was increased performance in applications utilizing SSE instructions. The suffix "A" in "533A" was used to distinguish the new Celeron CPU from older PPGA processor.
Intel Celeron 566 MHz - RB80526RX566128 / BX80526F566128
566 MHz
128 KB L2 cache
Flip-Chip Grid Array package (socket 370)

Coppermine Celeron processors were produced in Flip-Chip Pin Grid Array (FC-PGA) package. In this type of package the microprocessor core was mounted on the printed circuit board upside down. Be careful when installing the heatsink as it is possible the damage the core. For example, this specific processor has lower-right corner of the core substrate damaged. If the damage is minor the processor may still work.
Intel Celeron 600 MHz - RB80526RX600128 / BX80526F600128
600 MHz
128 KB L2 cache
Flip-Chip Grid Array package (socket 370)

While all Mendocino Celerons required 2V core voltage, many Coppermine Celerons were produced with a few different core voltage requirements. This microprocessor, RB80526RX600128, could have 1.5, 1.7 and 1.75 Volt core. Faster processors (up to 850 MHz) were produced with core voltages ranging from 1.65 to 1.75 Volt, and top of the line Coppermine Celerons required 1.75 Volt core. Even at 1.75V Coppermine Celerons were much less power hungry than Mendocino Celerons. For example, Celeron 600 processor has the same maximum power dissipation as Celeron 366 or Celeron 400.
Intel Celeron 633 MHz - RB80526RX633128 / BX80526F633128
633 MHz
128 KB L2 cache
Flip-Chip Grid Array package (socket 370)
Intel Celeron 667 MHz - RB80526RX667128 / BX80526F667128
667 MHz
128 KB L2 cache
Flip-Chip Grid Array package (socket 370)
Intel Celeron 700 MHz - RB80526RX700128 / BX80526F700128
700 MHz
128 KB L2 cache
Flip-Chip Grid Array package (socket 370)

Almost all Celeron processors, with the exception of engineering samples and earlier chips, didn't have part number printed on the chip. Instead, Intel marked the chips with the most important parameters such as CPU frequency, bus frequency and core voltage. While this particular processor has part number RB80526RX700128, the actual markings on the chip are 700/66/1.75V. As with all other Intel chips, when you're in doubt use Intel s-spec number to find out CPU parameters. S-spec number is a 5-letter code that starts with 'S' for production chips, or from 4, 5 or 6 letter code starting with 'Q' for sample chips.
Intel Celeron 733 MHz - RB80526RX733128 / BX80526F733128
733 MHz
128 KB L2 cache
Flip-Chip Grid Array package (socket 370)
Intel Celeron 800 MHz - RB80526RY800128 / BX80526F800128
800 MHz
128 KB L2 cache
Flip-Chip Grid Array package (socket 370)

Celeron 800 is the first Celeron processor with 100 MHz bus speed. 50% increase in bus speed frequency helped Intel to better compete with AMD Duron CPUs, but even after this FSB increase the Celeron 800 was still slightly slower than Duron 800 in many applications.
Intel Celeron 850 MHz - RB80526RY850128 / BX80526F850128
850 MHz
128 KB L2 cache
Flip-Chip Grid Array package (socket 370)
Intel Celeron 900 MHz - RB80526RY900128 / BX80526F900128
900 MHz
128 KB L2 cache
Flip-Chip Grid Array package (socket 370)
Intel Celeron 950 MHz - RB80526RY950128 / BX80526F950128
950 MHz
128 KB L2 cache
Flip-Chip Grid Array package (socket 370)
Comments

Celeron with Tualatinlike top

2008-11-10 02:14:21
Posted by: PEter "Ace" Jozsa

Looks like a Tualatin, but according to the sign it is a Celeron.

Celeron with Tualatinlike top

Rare CPU

2008-11-18 13:03:21
Posted by: Björn Bergström

According to the flat heatsink it`s a Tualatin.
None of the Coppermines have this appearance.
There also existed a Pentium 3 1200/256/100. It was acctually marked as Pentium III.
Wery few of these were produced, mostly for vendors.
The only way to find out is to try it!

Coppermine-t

2008-12-21 21:58:56
Posted by: Dameion

There was a processor core between the "Coppermine and the Turlatin cores called the Coppermine-t I don't (However) know if they made a Celeron variant of this code

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Type:
32-bit microprocessor
Technology (micron):
0.18
Frequency (GHz):
0.53 - 1.1
L2 cache size (KB):
128
Sockets:
Socket 370