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All Mobile Celeron Models
Author: Rafael Otto Coelho
Type: Tutorials Last Updated: July 28, 2010
Page: 2 of 13
Mobile Celeron (Pentium II and III)

First mobile Celeron models were based on Pentium II and Pentium III processors, operating, however, with a lower voltage, and thus with lower power consuption and heat dissipation.

The main characteristics of first Mobile Celeron models are:

  • Based on Pentium II and Pentium III with Mendocino (0.25 µm), Coppermine (0.18 µm) or Tualatin (0.13 µm) cores
  • Manufacturing technology: 0.25 µm (250 nm), 0.18 µm (180 nm) or 0.13 µm (130 nm)
  • L1 Cache: 32 KB total, 16 KB for instructions and 16 KB for data
  • L2 Cache: 128 KB on 0.25 µm and 0.18 µm models, 256 KB on 0.13 µm models
  • External clock: 66 MHz, 100 MHz or 133 MHz
  • Packaging/socket: PGA2, micro-PGA2, FC-PGA, socket 495, socket 479, socket 478, micro-FCPGA or micro-FCBGA
  • Support to SSE instructions

In the table below we list all Mobile Celeron models based on Pentium II and Pentium III CPUs that were released.

sSpec

Internal Clock

External Clock

L2 Cache

Voltage (V)

TDP (W)

Technology

SL6HA

1.33 GHz

133 MHz

256 KB

1.5

19

130 µm

SL64K

1.20 GHz

133 MHz

256 KB

1.45

24.4

130 µm

SL63Z

1.20 GHz

133 MHz

256 KB

1.5

24.4

130 µm

SL64L

1.13 GHz

133 MHz

256 KB

1.5

23.8

130 µm

SL642

1.13 GHz

133 MHz

256 KB

1.5

24.4

130 µm

SL64M

1.06 GHz

133 MHz

256 KB

1.5

23.2

130 µm

SL643

1.06 GHz

133 MHz

256 KB

1.45

23.2

130 µm

SL6AB

1.00 GHz

133 MHz

256 KB

1.5

-

130 µm

SL6B3

1.00 GHz

133 MHz

256 KB

1.4

-

130 µm

SL6B4

733 MHz

133 MHz

256 KB

1.15

-

130 µm

SL5SR

933 MHz

133 MHz

128 KB

1.7

24.6

180 µm

SL5SK

933 MHz

133 MHz

128 KB

1.7

20.6

180 µm

SL5SU

933 MHz

133 MHz

128 KB

1.7

24.6

180 µm

SL5T2

866 MHz

133 MHz

128 KB

1.7

23.3

180 µm

SL5Q3

866 MHz

133 MHz

128 KB

1.7

23.3

180 µm

SL5Q2

866 MHz

133 MHz

128 KB

1.7

23.3

180 µm

SL5T3

800 MHz

133 MHz

128 KB

1.7

22

180 µm

SL5SQ

800 MHz

133 MHz

128 KB

1.7

22

180 µm

SL5ST

800 MHz

133 MHz

128 KB

1.7

22

180 µm

SL5SP

733 MHz

133 MHz

128 KB

1.7

20.6

180 µm

SL5SS

733 MHz

133 MHz

128 KB

1.7

20.6

180 µm

SL5PX

900 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.7

24

180 µm

SL5PY

900 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.7

24

180 µm

SL57Y

850 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

18.8

180 µm

SL585

850 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

18.8

180 µm

SL5CB

800 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

17.6

180 µm

SL584

800 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

17.6

180 µm

SL57X

800 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

17.6

180 µm

SL58K

750 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

15.8

180 µm

SL56Q

750 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

15.8

180 µm

SL53U

750 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

15.8

180 µm

SL53C

750 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

15.8

180 µm

SL56P

750 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

15.8

180 µm

SL55Q

750 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

15.8

180 µm

SL4GU

700 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

15

180 µm

SL4GX

700 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

15

180 µm

SL4PY

700 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

-

23

180 µm

SL63F

650 MHz

100 MHz

256 KB

1.1

7

130 µm

SL4PX

650 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

-

14

180 µm

SL4JG

650 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

14

180 µm

SL4AE

650 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

14

180 µm

SL4JW

650 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

14

180 µm

SL4AD

650 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

14

180 µm

SL4JV

600 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

13

180 µm

SL4PW

600 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

13

180 µm

SL4MU

600 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

-

13

180 µm

SL5DS

600 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.1

6.4

180 µm

SL4AR

600 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

13

180 µm

SL4AP

600 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

13

180 µm

SL4JF

600 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

13

180 µm

SL582

600 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.35

8.7

180 µm

SL3ZF

550 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

18.4

180 µm

SL3ZE

550 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

18.4

180 µm

SL4JE

550 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

11.9

180 µm

SL4MT

550 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

11.9

180 µm

SL4JD

500 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

11.2

180 µm

SL4ZR

500 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.1

5

180 µm

SL4PV

500 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

11.2

180 µm

SL4JU

500 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

11.2

180 µm

SL4JT

500 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

11.2

180 µm

SL46Y

500 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

-

11.2

180 µm

SL43Z

500 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.35

7.9

180 µm

SL45A

500 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.35

7.9

180 µm

SL3PC

500 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

16.8

180 µm

SL43Q

500 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

16.8

180 µm

SL43R

500 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

16.8

180 µm

SL3PE

500 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

16.8

180 µm

SL43U

450 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

15.5

180 µm

SL43T

450 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

15.5

180 µm

SL4JS

450 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

15.5

180 µm

SL4PT

450 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

15.5

180 µm

SL3PD

450 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

15.5

180 µm

SL3PF

450 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

15.5

180 µm

SL4JC

450 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.6

15.5

180 µm

SL43W

400 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.35

10.1

180 µm

SL3UL

400 MHz

100 MHz

128 KB

1.35

10.1

180 µm

SL4AB

667 MHz

66 MHz

128 KB

1.65

17.5

180 µm

SL3KD

466 MHz

66 MHz

128 KB

1.9

20.7

250 µm

SL3KC

466 MHz

66 MHz

128 KB

1.9

20.7

250 µm

SL3KB

433 MHz

66 MHz

128 KB

1.9

19.4

250 µm

SL3KA

433 MHz

66 MHz

128 KB

1.9

19.4

250 µm

SL3GQ

400 MHz

66 MHz

128 KB

1.6

13.8

250 µm

SL3GR

400 MHz

66 MHz

128 KB

1.6

13.8

250 µm

SL3C7

366 MHz

66 MHz

128 KB

1.6

13.1

250 µm

SL3HQ

366 MHz

66 MHz

128 KB

1.6

13.1

250 µm

SL3HP

300 MHz

66 MHz

128 KB

1.6

11.8

250 µm

SL3HN

300 MHz

66 MHz

128 KB

1.6

11.1

250 µm

SL3AH

300 MHz

66 MHz

128 KB

1.6

11.1

250 µm

SL3C8

300 MHz

66 MHz

128 KB

1.6

11.8

250 µm

SL3HM

266 MHz

66 MHz

128 KB

1.6

9.8

250 µm

SL3DQ

266 MHz

66 MHz

128 KB

1.5

9.8

250 µm

TDP stands for Thermal Design Power and indicates the CPU thermal dissipation, i.e., the CPU cooler must be capable of dissipating at least this amount of heat.

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