Intel Celeron Mendocino 466Mhz (FV524RX466 128 SL3EH)

Posted by DeviceLog.com | Posted in Intel | Posted on 07-03-2013

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Socket 370(PGA370 socket) was originally used in the Mendocino Celerons(PPGA, 300~533MHz, 2.0V). After that, Socket 370 became the platform for the Coppermine and Tualatin Pentium III processors, as well as the Via-Cyrix Cyrix III, later renamed the VIA C3.

  • Manufacturer : Intel
  • Country of manufacture : Malaysia
  • Family name : Intel Celeron
  • Core name : Mendocino
  • Part number : FV524RX466 128 SL3EH
  • Clock speed : 200Mhz (66Mhz x 3.0)
  • Bus Speed : 66Mhz
  • Clock multiplier : 7
  • Package type : 370pin PGA
  • Socket type : Socket 370
  • Data Bandwidth : 32bit
  • L1 Cache : 16KB(data, 4-way) + 16KB(instruction, 4-way)
  • L2 Cache : 128KB (on-die)
  • Memory Addressing Limit : 4GB
  • Production process : 0.25µm (250nm), 19million transistors
  • Operating Temperature : ~ 70°C
  • Features : MMX Technology
  • Core voltage : 2V

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