Intel Core Duo microprocessors

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Pentium M (Dothan)
  • » Mobile microarchitecture
  • » 0.09 micron
  • » Mobile CPU
  • » Single core
  • » Up to 2.26 GHz
  • » Up to 533 MHz FSB
  • » 2 MB L2 cache
  • » 32-bit
  • » SSE, SSE2
  • » Execute Disable bit
BGA479
BGA663
Socket mPGA478C
Core Duo
  • » Mobile microarchitecture
  • » 0.065 micron
  • » Mobile CPU
  • » Dual core
  • » Up to 2.33 GHz
  • » Up to 667 MHz FSB
  • » 2 MB L2 cache
  • » 32-bit
  • » SSE3
  • » Execute Disable bit
  • » Virtualization
BGA479
Socket M
Core Solo
  • » Single core
  • » Up to 2 GHz
Celeron M 400 series
  • » Low budget mobile CPU
  • » Single core
  • » Up to 2 GHz
  • » 533 MHz FSB
  • » 1 MB L2 cache
  • » No Virtualization
Core 2 Duo Mobile
  • » Core microarchitecture
  • » 0.045 and 0.065 micron
  • » Mobile CPU
  • » Dual core
  • » Up to 3.06 GHz
  • » Up to 6 MB L2 cache
  • » Up to 1066 MHz FSB
  • » 64-bit
  • » Execute Disable bit
  • » SSSE3, SSE4.1
  • » Virtualization
  • » Trusted Execution
  • » Dynamic Acceleration
BGA479
BGA956
Socket M
Socket P
Intel Core Duo is a family of dual-core mobile processors based on enhanced mobile (Pentium M) micro-architecture. Core Duo processors integrate two improved Pentium M cores on the die. While each core has own 32 KB level 1 instructions and data caches, both cores share the same 2 MB level cache. Like the Pentium M processors, the Core Duo CPUs support SSE and SSE2 instructions, and include execute-disable bit feature. New features in Core Duo microprocessors are SSE3 instruction set and Virtualization technology.

For averaged performance of Core Duo processors please see Intel Core Duo multi-threading and single-threading performance pages.

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Production microprocessors

Intel Core Duo U2500 LE80539UE0092M
1.2 GHz
2 MB L2 cache
533 MHz FSB
479-ball micro-FCBGA
The low-voltage (LV) processors run at lower core voltage, they also operate at lower voltage when running in SpeedStep and other power-saving modes. As a result, Thermal Design Power of the L2300 and faster LV microprocessors is twice smaller then the TDP of standard-voltage CPUs.
Intel Core Duo L2400 LE80539LF0282M
All low-voltage Core Duo and Core Solo microprocessors have model numbers starting from "L" rather than "T". The last three digits in the model numbers of these CPUs (these digits signify processor's relative performance) are not comparable with standard-voltage processors. For instance, this L2400 CPU runs at lower frequency and has lower performance than T2400 microprocessors.
Intel Core Duo L2500 LE80539LF0342MX
1.83 GHz
2 MB L2 cache
667 MHz FSB
479-ball micro-FCBGA
Intel Core Duo T2050 LF80539GE0252M / BX80539T2050
1.6 GHz
2 MB L2 cache
533 MHz FSB
Socket M
Intel Core Duo T2250 LF80539GE0302M
Standard-voltage Core Duo microprocessors were offered with 533 MHz and 667 MHz Front Side Bus frequencies. Telling them apart by processor number is easy. All CPUs with "Tx00" processor numbers had 667 MHz FSB, and microprocessors with 533 FSB had "Tx50" processor numbers. Performance of processors with 533 MHz FSB in comparison with 667 FSB models was very dependent on the type of application. It could be the same or only a few percent slower in small, mostly CPU-intensive applications, or up to 35% slower in bandwidth-intensive tasks. As an example, this Core Duo T2250 with operating frequency 1.73 GHz and 533 MHz FSB is about 4% faster in Sandra synthetic benchmarks than T2300 with 1.67 GHz core frequency. Performance difference can be primarily attributed to 4% higher frequency of the T2250, and the fact that the Sandra benchmarks are not dependent on available memory bandwidth. The picture changes in WinRAR test, that relies heavily on memory bandwidth. In the WinRAR test the T2300 with faster FSB gets 30% better results than the T2250.
Intel Core Duo T2300E LF80539GF0282ME / BX80539T2300E
1.66 GHz
2 MB L2 cache
667 MHz FSB
478-pin micro-FCPGA
Intel Core Duo T2300 LF80539GF0282M / BX80539T2300
1.66 GHz
2 MB L2 cache
667 MHz FSB
478-pin micro-FCPGA
Intel Core Duo T2400 LE80539GF0342M
Many standard-voltage Core Duo and Solo CPUs are offered in two packages: 478-pin micro FC-PGA and 479-ball micro FC-BGA. All micro FC-BGA microprocessors do not use sockets. These microprocessors are soldered on the motherboards - as such, there is no easy way to replace or upgrade them. Fortunately, many notebooks use socketed micro FC-PGA processors - replacement of these processors is easy, although getting access to the CPU and CPU socket in some notebooks may be cumbersome.
Intel Core Duo T2400 LF80539GF0342M / BX80539T2400
1.83 GHz
2 MB L2 cache
667 MHz FSB
Socket M
Comments

T2060 not documented in here

2010-09-29 00:16:23
Posted by: crazypat

Hi there, I come across a core duo T2060 1.6GHz with L2 = 1Mb lately, don't see it in here, so want to check real quick, thanks!

Response: T2060 is a Pentium Dual-Core processor.
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Type:
32-bit microprocessor
Technology (micron):
0.065
The number of cores:
2
Frequency (GHz):
1.06 - 2.33
L2 cache size (MB):
2
TDP (Watt):
9 - 31