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All Pentium M Models
Author: Cássio Lima 77,050 views
Type: Tutorials Last Updated: August 16, 2007
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Banias

The first Pentium M models were based on a core called Banias, which had a 32 KB L1 instruction cache, a 32 KB L1 data cache, a 1 MB L2 cache, worked externally at 400 MHz (100 MHz transferring four data per clock cycle), had SSE2 instructions support, Enhanced SpeedStep technology on models SL6NA and SL6P4 (which reduces the CPU clock in order to save battery life when the computer is idle), 130 nm manufacturing process, socket 478 or 479 pinout and 77 million transistors on a area of 3.26 squared inches (82.79 mm2), using copper on its metal layers.

Pentium M Banias Core
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Figure 1: Banias core.

In the table below we list all Pentium M models released based on the Banias core. TDP means Thermal Design Power and indicates the thermal dissipation of the CPU.

sSpec

Model Number

Internal Clock

External Clock

TDP

Max. Temp. (º C)

L2 Cache

Socket

Voltage

Execute Disable

SL6N9

-

1.70 GHz

400 MHz

24.5 W

100

1 MB

479

1.484 V

No

SL6N5

-

1.70 GHz

400 MHz

24.5 W

100

1 MB

478

1.484 V

No

SL6FA

-

1.60 GHz

400 MHz

24.5 W

100

1 MB

479

1.484 V

No

SL6F7

-

1.60 GHz

400 MHz

24.5 W

100

1 MB

478

1.484 V

No

SL6F6

705

1.50 GHz

400 MHz

24.5 W

100

1 MB

478

1.484 V

No

SL6F9

705

1.50 GHz

400 MHz

24.5 W

100

1 MB

479

1.484 V

No

SL6F8

-

1.40 GHz

400 MHz

22 W

100

1 MB

478

1.484 V

No

SL6F5

-

1.40 GHz

400 MHz

22 W

100

1 MB

479

1.484 V

No

SL6NA

-

1.30 GHz

400 MHz

22 W

100

1 MB

479

1.25 V -1.4 V

No

SL6N8

718

1.30 GHz

400 MHz

12 W

100

1 MB

478

1.180 V

No

SL6N4

718

1.30 GHz

400 MHz

12 W

100

1 MB

479

1.180 V

No

SL6NB

-

1.20 GHz

400 MHz

12 W

100

1 MB

479

1.180 V

No

SL6P4

713

1.10 GHz

400 MHz

12 W

100

1 MB

479

1.180 V

No

SL6NC

-

1.10 GHz

400 MHz

12 W

100

1 MB

479

1.180 V

No

SL6NJ

-

900 MHz

400 MHz

7 W

100

1 MB

479

1.004 V

No

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