SK121 (Intel Mobile Pentium 100 MHz)
|Type||CPU / Microprocessor|
|Family||Intel Mobile Pentium|
|Bus speed (MHz) ? ||66|
|Architecture / Microarchitecture / Other|
|Core voltage (V) ? ||2.9|
|I/O voltage (V)||3.3|
|Notes on sSpec SK121|
- The cB1 stepping is logically equivalent to the C2-step, but on a different manufacturing process. The mcB1 step is logically equivalent to the cB1 step (except it does not support DP, APIC or FRC). The mcB1, mA1, mA4 and mcC0-steps also use Intel's Voltage Reduction Technology and are available in the TCP and/or SPGA package, primarily to support mobile applications. The mxA3 is logically equivalent to the xA3 stepping (except it does not support DP or APIC).
- This processor doesn't have FDIV bug.