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This is a list of CPU power dissipation figures of various consumer central processing units (CPUs).

Contents

Early CPUs[edit]

Note that these figures include power dissipation due to energy lost by the computer's power supply and some minor peripherals. However, since the CPU component of these early computers easily accounted for most of the computer's power dissipation, they are mentioned here:

Microprocessors[edit]

If not stated otherwise, the watts dissipated refers to the peak-value thermal design power for a whole processor family. Since thermal design power relates to the potential maximum thermally significant power used by the most energy using member of a processor family, it is not useful for comparing processors within a particular family. It is also not useful for comparison of the energy efficiency of individual processors in different families, because it relates to the family, not the individual CPU. Thermal design power is defined differently by different manufacturers, so it is not comparable between manufacturers.

Different architectures vary in how many operations they perform per clock cycle, so MHz/W values are not useful for comparing processors using different internal structure (see Megahertz myth). Since TDP is defined for families, not individual processors, MHz/TDP W are not useful for comparing processors using the same internal structure.

For measures of energy efficiency in computing, see Performance per watt.

IBM/Motorola/Freescale processors[edit]

PowerPC[edit]

Sortable table
Model Lithiography Clock Speed Vcore Power
Dual-core PowerPC MPC8641D 90 nm 2 GHz 1.2 V 15-25 W
PowerPC 750FX 0.13 µm 900 MHz 1.2 V 3.6 W
PowerPC 750CXe 0.18 µm 600 MHz 1.8 V 6 W
PowerPC MGT560 0.20 µm 56 MHz 2.7 V 0.5 W
PowerPC 440GX 800 MHz 4.5 W
PowerPC 970 1.8 GHz 1.3 V 42 W
PowerPC 7400e 1.0 GHz 1.6 V 30 W

Marvell XScale[edit]

Marvell acquired an ARM license in 2003, and bought Intel's XScale line in 2006, according to.[1]

Intel processors[edit]

Desktop processors[edit]

Pentium[edit]
Sortable table
Model Clock Speed Power
Pentium 75 MHz 8.0 W
Pentium 90 MHz 9.0 W
Pentium 100 MHz 10.1 W
Pentium 120 MHz 11.9 W
Pentium 133 MHz 11.2 W
Pentium 150 MHz 11.6 W
Pentium 166 MHz 14.5 W
Pentium 200 MHz 15.5 W
Pentium MMX[edit]
Sortable table
Model Clock Speed Power
Pentium MMX 166 MHz 13.1 W
Pentium MMX 200 MHz 15.7 W
Pentium MMX 233 MHz 17.9 W
Pentium II[edit]
Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Power
Pentium II 233 Klamath (350 nm) 233 MHz 34.8 W
Pentium II 266 Klamath (350 nm) 266 MHz 38.2 W
Pentium II 300 Klamath (350 nm) 300 MHz 43 W
Pentium II 266 Deschutes (250 nm) 266 MHz 16.8 W
Pentium II 300 Deschutes (250 nm) 300 MHz 18.6 W
Pentium II 333 Deschutes (250 nm) 333 MHz 20.6 W
Pentium II Overdrive Deschutes (250 nm) 300 or 333 MHz
Pentium II 350 Deschutes (250 nm) 350 MHz 21.5 W
Pentium II 400 Deschutes (250 nm) 400 MHz 24.3 W
Pentium II 450 Deschutes (250 nm) 450 MHz 27.1 W
Pentium III[edit]

Launched in 1999, the Pentium III became Intel's first processor to break the 1 GHz clock speed barrier. By 2000, the Pentium III was replaced by the Pentium 4, which performed even worse in certain applications. Although, in 2001, Intel had resurrected the Pentium III by introducing the Tualatin core. The Tualatin-based Pentium III had well outperformed the Willamette-based Pentium 4 in a variety of applications. However, it appeared that Intel wanted to market the Pentium 4 as their main processor and tried to "kill" the Pentium III by reducing the L2 cache (in the non-S variants) to 256 KB from 512 KB in the Katmai and Coppermine cores and by making the Tualtain-based Pentium IIIs incompatible with older socket 370 motherboards.[2] The Pentium III-S have 512 KB L2 cache and have dual-processor support.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Pentium III 450 Katmai (250 nm) 450 MHz 33.76 W
Pentium III 500 Katmai (250 nm) 500 MHz 37.52 W
Pentium III 533B Katmai (250 nm) 533 MHz 39.04 W
Pentium III 550 Katmai (250 nm) 550 MHz 39.8 W
Pentium III 600 Katmai (250 nm) 600 MHz 42.76 W
Pentium III 600B Katmai (250 nm) 600 MHz 42.76 W
Pentium III 500E Coppermine (180 nm) 500 MHz 16 W
Pentium III 533EB Coppermine (180 nm) 533 MHz 18.02 W or 17.49 W
Pentium III 550E Coppermine (180 nm) 550 MHz 18.7 W or 18.15 W
Pentium III 600 Coppermine (180 nm) 600 MHz 22.05 W or 20.4 W
Pentium III 600E Coppermine (180 nm) 600 MHz 22.1 W or 21.45 W
Pentium III 600EB Coppermine (180 nm) 600 MHz 22.1 W, 21.45 W or 20.4 W
Pentium III 650 Coppermine (180 nm) 650 MHz 22.1 W or 21.45 W
Pentium III 667 Coppermine (180 nm) 667 MHz 22.61 W or 21.95 W
Pentium III 700 Coppermine (180 nm) 700 MHz 25.9 W, 23.8 W or 23.1 W
Pentium III 733 Coppermine (180 nm) 733 MHz 26.95 W, 24.82 W or 24.09 W
Pentium III 750 Coppermine (180 nm) 750 MHz 27.48 W, 25.5 W or 24.75 W
Pentium III 800 Coppermine (180 nm) 800 MHz 27.2 W or 26.4 W
Pentium III 800EB Coppermine (180 nm) 800 MHz 29.05 W, 27.2 W or 26.4 W
Pentium III 850 Coppermine (180 nm) 850 MHz 30.28 W, 27.54 W or 26.73 W
Pentium III 866 Coppermine (180 nm) 866 MHz 30.8 W, 27.71 W or 26.9 W
Pentium III 900 Coppermine (180 nm) 900 MHz 32.2 W or 28.9 W
Pentium III 933 Coppermine (180 nm) 933 MHz 32.9 W or 30.09 W
Pentium III 1000 Coppermine (180 nm) 1 GHz 35.35 W or 32.98 W
Pentium III 1000B Coppermine (180 nm) 1 GHz 32.98 W
Pentium III 1100 Coppermine (180 nm) 1.1 GHz 39.55 W
Pentium III 1133 Coppermine (180 nm) 1.13 GHz 39.55 W
Pentium III 800 Coppermine-T (180 nm) 800 MHz 38.2 W
Pentium III 866 Coppermine-T (180 nm) 800 MHz  ??.? W
Pentium III 933 Coppermine-T (180 nm) 933 MHz  ??.? W
Pentium III 1000 Coppermine-T (180 nm) 800 MHz  ??.? W
Pentium III 1133 Coppermine-T (180 nm) 1.13 GHz 29.1 W
Pentium III 1000 Tualatin (130 nm) 1 GHz 27.6 W
Pentium III 1000S Tualatin (130 nm) 1 GHz  ??.? W
Pentium III 1133 Tualatin (130 nm) 1.13 GHz 29.1 W
Pentium III 1133S Tualatin (130 nm) 1.13 GHz 28.9 W or 27.9 W
Pentium III 1200 Tualatin (130 nm) 1.2 GHz 29.9 W
Pentium III 1266S Tualatin (130 nm) 1.26 GHz 30.4 W or 29.5 W
Pentium III 1333 Tualatin (130 nm) 1.33 GHz 33.9 W
Pentium III 1400 Tualatin (130 nm) 1.4 GHz  ??.? W
Pentium III 1400S Tualatin (130 nm) 1.4 GHz 32.2 W or 31.2 W
Pentium 4[edit]

Released on November 20, 2000, the Pentium 4 was based on an all new microarchitecture codenamed NetBurst. Pentium 4 processors achieved their high clock speeds by using an extremely long instruction pipeline (20 stages in the Willamette, Northwood and Gallatin cores and 31 stages in the Prescott, Prescott 2M and Cedar Mill cores). The Pentium 4 became Intel's hottest-running single-core processor along with their processor to have the longest instruction pipeline to date. Not only that, but the Pentium 4's performance was usually disappointing, as it could not often match the performance of AMD's Athlon, Athlon XP and Athlon 64 processors, and for the first models, even Intel's own Pentium III or even low-end processors such as the AMD Duron or the P6-based Intel Celeron. Intel tried to fix this problem with the introduction of the Prescott core, but it made the Pentium 4's problems even worse, as they performed worse than Northwood-based Pentium 4s in the same clock speed range and generated more heat. The Pentium 4 had reached a clock speed limit of 3.8 GHz by November, 2004 and on January 5, 2006 Intel released the final Pentium 4 models using the Cedar Mill core, which gave off less heat than Prescott. All processors in the Pentium 4 HT range have Hyper-threading, a feature that makes one physical CPU core work as two logical cores.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Pentium 4 1.3 Willamette (180 nm) 1.3 GHz 51.6 W
Pentium 4 1.4 (Socket 423) Willamette (180 nm) 1.4 GHz 54.7 W
Pentium 4 1.4 (Socket 478) Willamette (180 nm) 1.4 GHz 55.3 W
Pentium 4 1.5 (Socket 423) Willamette (180 nm) 1.5 GHz 57.8 W
Pentium 4 1.5 (Socket 478) Willamette (180 nm) 1.5 GHz 57.9 W
Pentium 4 1.6 (Socket 423) Willamette (180 nm) 1.6 GHz 61 W
Pentium 4 1.6 (Socket 478) Willamette (180 nm) 1.6 GHz 60.8 W
Pentium 4 1.7 (Socket 423) Willamette (180 nm) 1.7 GHz 64 W
Pentium 4 1.7 (Socket 478) Willamette (180 nm) 1.7 GHz 63.5 W
Pentium 4 1.8 (Socket 423) Willamette (180 nm) 1.8 GHz 66.7 W
Pentium 4 1.8 (Socket 478) Willamette (180 nm) 1.8 GHz 66.1 W
Pentium 4 1.9 (Socket 423) Willamette (180 nm) 1.9 GHz 69.2 W
Pentium 4 1.9 (Socket 478) Willamette (180 nm) 1.9 GHz 72.8 W
Pentium 4 2.0 (Socket 423) Willamette (180 nm) 2 GHz 71.8 W
Pentium 4 2.0 (Socket 478) Willamette (180 nm) 2 GHz 75.3 W
Pentium 4 1.6A Northwood (130 nm) 1.6 GHz 46.8 W
Pentium 4 1.8A Northwood (130 nm) 1.8 GHz 49.6 W
Pentium 4 2.0A Northwood (130 nm) 2.0 GHz 52.4 W
Pentium 4 2.2 Northwood (130 nm) 2.2 GHz 55.18 W
Pentium 4 2.26 Northwood (130 nm) 2.26 GHz 56.0 W
Pentium 4 2.4 Northwood (130 nm) 2.4 GHz 59.8 W
Pentium 4 2.4B Northwood (130 nm) 2.4 GHz 59.8 W
Pentium 4 2.5 Northwood (130 nm) 2.5 GHz 61 W
Pentium 4 2.53 Northwood (130 nm) 2.53 GHz 61.5 W
Pentium 4 2.6 Northwood (130 nm) 2.6 GHz 62.6 W
Pentium 4 2.66 Northwood (130 nm) 2.66 GHz 66.1 W
Pentium 4 2.8 Northwood (130 nm) 2.8 GHz 68.4 W
Pentium 4 2.8B Northwood (130 nm) 2.8 GHz 68.4 W
Pentium 4 3.0 Northwood (130 nm) 3 GHz  ??.? W
Pentium 4 3.06 Northwood (130 nm) 3.06 GHz 81.8 W
Pentium 4 HT 2.4C Northwood (130 nm) 2.4 GHz 66.2 W
Pentium 4 HT 2.6 Northwood (130 nm) 2.6 GHz 69 W
Pentium 4 HT 2.8C Northwood (130 nm) 2.8 GHz 69.7 W
Pentium 4 HT 3.0 Northwood (130 nm) 3 GHz 81.9 W
Pentium 4 HT 3.2 Northwood (130 nm) 3.2 GHz 82 W
Pentium 4 HT 3.4 Northwood (130 nm) 3.4 GHz 89 W
Pentium 4 HT Extreme Edition 3.2 Gallatin (130 nm) 3.2 GHz 92.1 W
Pentium 4 HT Extreme Edition 3.4 Gallatin (130 nm) 3.4 GHz 109.6 W or 102.9 W
Pentium 4 HT Extreme Edition 3.46 Gallatin (130 nm) 3.46 GHz 110.7 W
Pentium 4 2.4A Prescott (90 nm) 2.4 GHz 89 W
Pentium 4 2.66A Prescott (90 nm) 2.66 GHz 89 W
Pentium 4 2.8A Prescott (90 nm) 2.8 GHz 89 W
Pentium 4 505 Prescott (90 nm) 2.66 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 505J Prescott (90 nm) 2.66 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 506 Prescott (90 nm) 2.66 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 510 Prescott (90 nm) 2.8 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 510J Prescott (90 nm) 2.8 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 511 Prescott (90 nm) 2.8 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 515 Prescott (90 nm) 2.93 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 515J Prescott (90 nm) 2.93 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 516 Prescott (90 nm) 2.93 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 519 Prescott (90 nm) 3.06 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 519J Prescott (90 nm) 3.06 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 519K Prescott (90 nm) 3.06 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 HT 2.8E Prescott (90 nm) 2.8 GHz 89 W
Pentium 4 HT 3.0E Prescott (90 nm) 3 GHz 89 W
Pentium 4 HT 3.2E Prescott (90 nm) 3.2 GHz 89 W
Pentium 4 HT 3.4E Prescott (90 nm) 3.4 GHz 89 W
Pentium 4 HT 517 Prescott (90 nm) 2.93 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 HT 520 Prescott (90 nm) 2.8 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 HT 520J Prescott (90 nm) 2.8 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 HT 521 Prescott (90 nm) 2.8 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 HT 524 Prescott (90 nm) 3.06 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 HT 530 Prescott (90 nm) 3 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 HT 530J Prescott (90 nm) 3 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 HT 531 Prescott (90 nm) 3 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 HT 540 Prescott (90 nm) 3.2 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 HT 540J Prescott (90 nm) 3.2 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 HT 541 Prescott (90 nm) 3.2 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 HT 550 Prescott (90 nm) 3.4 GHz 115 W or 84 W
Pentium 4 HT 550J Prescott (90 nm) 3.4 GHz 115 W or 84 W
Pentium 4 HT 551 Prescott (90 nm) 3.4 GHz 115 W or 84 W
Pentium 4 HT 560 Prescott (90 nm) 3.6 GHz 115 W
Pentium 4 HT 560J Prescott (90 nm) 3.6 GHz 115 W
Pentium 4 HT 561 Prescott (90 nm) 3.6 GHz 115 W
Pentium 4 HT 570 Prescott (90 nm) 3.8 GHz 115 W
Pentium 4 HT 570J Prescott (90 nm) 3.8 GHz 115 W
Pentium 4 HT 571 Prescott (90 nm) 3.8 GHz 115 W
Pentium 4 HT 620 Prescott 2M (90 nm) 2.8 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 HT 630 Prescott 2M (90 nm) 3 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 HT 640 Prescott 2M (90 nm) 3.2 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 HT 650 Prescott 2M (90 nm) 3.4 GHz 84 W
Pentium 4 HT 660 Prescott 2M (90 nm) 3.6 GHz 115 W
Pentium 4 HT 662 Prescott 2M (90 nm) 3.6 GHz 115 W or 84 W
Pentium 4 HT 670 Prescott 2M (90 nm) 3.8 GHz 115 W
Pentium 4 HT 672 Prescott 2M (90 nm) 3.8 GHz 115 W
Pentium 4 HT Extreme Edition 3.73 Prescott 2M (90 nm) 3.73 GHz 115 W
Pentium 4 HT 631 Cedar Mill (65 nm) 3 GHz 86 W or 65 W (D0 Stepping)
Pentium 4 HT 641 Cedar Mill (65 nm) 3.2 GHz 86 W or 65 W
Pentium 4 HT 651 Cedar Mill (65 nm) 3.4 GHz 86 W or 65 W
Pentium 4 HT 661 Cedar Mill (65 nm) 3.6 GHz 86 W or 65 W
Pentium D[edit]

Released on May 26, 2005, the Pentium D was Intel's first dual-core processor, and like the Pentium 4 it was based on the NetBurst microarchitecture. The Pentium D uses the multi chip module design, which incorporates two dies on one package, and the Pentium D was essentially two Prescott-based Pentium 4 cores in one chip. While this did increase TDPs, it was not by a significant amount. All Pentium D models are 64-bit. The Pentium Extreme Edition processors have Hyper-Threading, which all Pentium D models lack.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Pentium D 805 Smithfield (90 nm) 2.66 GHz 95 W
Pentium D 820 Smithfield (90 nm) 2.8 GHz 95 W
Pentium D 830 Smithfield (90 nm) 3 GHz 130 W
Pentium D 840 Smithfield (90 nm) 3.2 GHz 130 W
Pentium Extreme Edition 840 Smithfield (90 nm) 3.2 GHz 130 W
Pentium D 915 Presler (65 nm) 2.8 GHz 95 W
Pentium D 920 Presler (65 nm) 2.8 GHz 95 W
Pentium D 925 Presler (65 nm) 3 GHz 95 W
Pentium D 930 Presler (65 nm) 3 GHz 95 W
Pentium D 935 Presler (65 nm) 3.2 GHz 95 W
Pentium D 940 Presler (65 nm) 3.2 GHz 130 W or 95 W
Pentium D 945 Presler (65 nm) 3.4 GHz 95 W
Pentium D 950 Presler (65 nm) 3.4 GHz 130 W or 95 W
Pentium D 960 Presler (65 nm) 3.6 GHz 130 W or 95 W
Pentium Extreme Edition 955 Presler (65 nm) 3.46 GHz 130 W
Pentium Extreme Edition 965 Presler (65 nm) 3.73 GHz 130 W
Pentium Dual-Core[edit]

In 2007, Intel released a new line of desktop processors under the brand Pentium Dual Core, using the Core microarchitecture (which was based upon the Pentium M architecture, which was itself based upon the Pentium III). The newer Pentium Dual-Core processors give off considerably less heat (65 watt max) than the Pentium D (95 or 130 watt max). They also run at lower clock rates, only have up to 2 MB L2 Cache memory while the Pentium D has up to 2x2 MB, and they lack Hyper-threading. Although using the Pentium name, the desktop Pentium Dual-Core is based on the Core microarchitecture, which can clearly be seen when comparing the specification to the Pentium D, which is based on the NetBurst microarchitecture first introduced in the Pentium 4. Below the 2 or 4 MiB of shared-L2-cache-enabled Core 2 Duo, the desktop Pentium Dual-Core has 1 or 2 MiB of shared L2 Cache. In contrast, the Pentium D processors have either 2 or 4 MiB of non-shared L2 cache. Additionally, the fastest-clocked Pentium D has a factory boundary of 3.73 GHz, while the fastest-clocked desktop Pentium Dual-Core reaches 3.2 GHz. A major difference among these processors is that the desktop Pentium Dual Core processors have a TDP of only 65 W while the Pentium D ranges between 95 to 130 W. Despite the reduced clock speed, and lower amounts of cache, Pentium dual-core outperfomed Pentium D by a fairly large margin.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Pentium Dual-Core E2180 "Allendale", "Conroe" (65 nm) 2 GHz 65 W
Pentium Dual-Core E2200 "Allendale", "Conroe" (65 nm) 2.2 GHz 65 W
Core 2[edit]

The Core 2 brand was released to address the NetBurst processor's heat and performance issues. The Core 2 brand is based on the P6 microarchitecture like the Pentium M and outperforms the Pentium 4.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Core 2 Duo E4200 Conroe (65 nm) 1.6 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E4300 Conroe (65 nm) 1.8 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E4400 Conroe (65 nm) 2 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E4500 Conroe (65 nm) 2.2 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E4600 Conroe (65 nm) 2.4 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E4700 Conroe (65 nm) 2.6 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E6300 Conroe (65 nm) 1.86 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E6305 Conroe (65 nm) 1.86 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E6320 Conroe (65 nm) 1.86 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E6400 Conroe (65 nm) 2.13 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E6305 Conroe (65 nm) 2.13 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E6320 Conroe (65 nm) 2.13 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E6540 Conroe (65 nm) 2.33 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E6550 Conroe (65 nm) 2.33 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E6600 Conroe (65 nm) 2.4 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E6700 Conroe (65 nm) 2.66 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E6750 Conroe (65 nm) 2.66 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E6850 Conroe (65 nm) 3 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Extreme X6800 Conroe (65 nm) 2.93 GHz 75 W
Core 2 Quad Q6400 Kentsfield (65 nm) 2.13 GHz  ??.?? W
Core 2 Quad Q6600 Kentsfield (65 nm) 2.4 GHz 105 W or 95 W
Core 2 Quad Q6700 Kentsfield (65 nm) 2.66 GHz 95 W
Core 2 Extreme QX6700 Kentsfield XE (65 nm) 2.66 GHz 130 W
Core 2 Extreme QX6800 Kentsfield XE (65 nm) 2.93 GHz 130 W
Core 2 Extreme QX6850 Kentsfield XE (65 nm) 3 GHz 130 W
Core 2 Duo E7200 Wolfdale (45 nm) 2.53 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E7300 Wolfdale (45 nm) 2.66 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E7400 Wolfdale (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E7500 Wolfdale (45 nm) 2.93 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E7600 Wolfdale (45 nm) 3.06 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E8190 Wolfdale (45 nm) 2.66 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E8200 Wolfdale (45 nm) 2.66 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E8300 Wolfdale (45 nm) 2.83 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E8400 Wolfdale (45 nm) 3 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E8500 Wolfdale (45 nm) 3.16 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Duo E8600 Wolfdale (45 nm) 3.33 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Quad Q8200S Yorkfield (45 nm) 2.33 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Quad Q8200 Yorkfield (45 nm) 2.33 GHz 95 W
Core 2 Quad Q8300 Yorkfield (45 nm) 2.5 GHz 95 W
Core 2 Quad Q8400S Yorkfield (45 nm) 2.66 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Quad Q8400 Yorkfield (45 nm) 2.66 GHz 95 W
Core 2 Quad Q9300 Yorkfield (45 nm) 2.5 GHz 95 W
Core 2 Quad Q9400S Yorkfield (45 nm) 2.66 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Quad Q9400 Yorkfield (45 nm) 2.66 GHz 95 W
Core 2 Quad Q9450 Yorkfield (45 nm) 2.66 GHz 95 W
Core 2 Quad Q9505S Yorkfield (45 nm) 2.83 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Quad Q9505 Yorkfield (45 nm) 2.83 GHz 95 W
Core 2 Quad Q9550S Yorkfield (45 nm) 2.83 GHz 65 W
Core 2 Quad Q9550 Yorkfield (45 nm) 2.83 GHz 95 W
Core 2 Quad Q9650 Yorkfield (45 nm) 3 GHz 95 W
Core 2 Extreme QX9650 Yorkfield XE (45 nm) 3 GHz 130 W
Core 2 Extreme QX9770 Yorkfield XE (45 nm) 3.2 GHz 136 W
Core 2 Extreme QX9775 Yorkfield XE (45 nm) 3.2 GHz 150 W
Intel Core i3[edit]

The Core i3 is Intel's budget line of processors in the Core i brand. The Core i3-5xx series is nearly identical to the Core i5-6xx series. The major difference is that the Core i3-5xx series lacks Turbo Boost and is clocked at lower clock speeds.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Core i3-530 Clarkdale (32 nm) 2.93 GHz 73 W
Core i3-540 Clarkdale (32 nm) 3.06 GHz 73 W
Core i3-550 Clarkdale (32 nm) 3.2 GHz 73 W
Core i3-560 Clarkdale (32 nm) 3.33 GHz 73 W
Intel Core i5[edit]

The Core i5-7xx series is a mainstream quad-core variant of the Core i7 and is based on the Nehalem microarchitecture. The Core i5-7xx series lacks Hyper-threading and use a slower 2.5 GT/s DMI bus like the Lynnfield-based Core i7 and the mobile Core i7 processors. The Core i5-6xx series are based on the Westmere microarchitecture and are dual-core. They have Hyper-threading and Turbo Boost along with an integrated graphics core. The Core i5-6xx series should outperform the Core i7 in tasks that utilize only one or two cores because of the radically high clock speed, which can be further increased using Turbo Boost.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Core i5-750 Lynnfield (45 nm) 2.66 GHz 95 W
Core i5-750S Lynnfield (45 nm) 2.4 GHz 82 W
Core i5-760 Lynnfield (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 95 W
Core i5-650 Clarkdale (32 nm) 3.2 GHz 73 W
Core i5-655K Clarkdale (32 nm) 3.2 GHz 73 W
Core i5-660 Clarkdale (32 nm) 3.33 GHz 73 W
Core i5-661 Clarkdale (32 nm) 3.33 GHz 87 W
Core i5-670 Clarkdale (32 nm) 3.46 GHz 73 W
Core i5-680 Clarkdale (32 nm) 3.6 GHz 73 W
Intel Core i7[edit]

Core i7 is currently Intel's highest end series of processors designed for gaming desktops and mid-range to high-end business computers. Core i7 processors are the first to use the Nehalem microarchitecture, and therefore reintroduce Hyper-threading and, in the 9xx series, introduce Intel QuickPath Interconnect, a point-to-point link that is up to 16 times faster than a quad-pumped FSB. Core i7 processors use an integrated memory controller that supports DDR3 memory. The lower-end 8xx models use a substantially slower 2.5 GT/s Direct Media Interface bus.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Core i7-860 Lynnfield (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 95 W
Core i7-860S Lynnfield (45 nm) 2.533 GHz 82 W
Core i7-870 Lynnfield (45 nm) 2.933 GHz 95 W
Core i7-875K Lynnfield (45 nm) 2.933 GHz 95 W
Core i7-880 Lynnfield (45 nm) 3.067 GHz 95 W
Core i7-920 Bloomfield (45 nm) 2.667 GHz 130 W
Core i7-930 Bloomfield (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 130 W
Core i7-940 Bloomfield (45 nm) 2.933 GHz 130 W
Core i7-950 Bloomfield (45 nm) 3.067 GHz 130 W
Core i7-960 Bloomfield (45 nm) 3.2 GHz 130 W
Core i7-965 Extreme Edition Bloomfield (45 nm) 3.2 GHz 130 W
Core i7-975 Extreme Edition Bloomfield (45 nm) 3.333 GHz 130 W
Core i7-970 Gulftown (32 nm) 3.2 GHz 130 W
Core i7-980X Extreme Edition Gulftown (32 nm) 3.333 GHz @ 6 Cores 130 W
Core i7-2600 Sandybridge (32 nm) 3.4 GHz @ 4 Cores 95 W
Core i7-2600S Sandybridge (32 nm) 2.8 GHz @ 4 Cores 65 W
Core i7-2600K Sandybridge (32 nm) 3.4 GHz @ 4 Cores 95 W
Core i7-2700K Sandybridge (32 nm) 3.5 GHz @ 4 Cores 95 W
Core i7-3770T Ivybridge (22 nm) 2.5 GHz @ 4 Cores 45 W
Core i7-3770S Ivybridge (22 nm) 3.1 GHz @ 4 Cores 65 W
Core i7-3770 Ivybridge (22 nm) 3.4 GHz @ 4 Cores 77 W
Core i7-3770K Ivybridge (22 nm) 3.5 GHz @ 4 Cores 77 W
Core i7-3930K Sandybridge-E (32 nm) 3.2 GHz @ 6 Cores 130 W
Core i7 3960X Extreme Edition Sandybridge-E (32 nm) 3.3 GHz @ 6 Cores 130 W
Core i7 3970X Extreme Edition Sandybridge-E (32 nm) 3.5 GHz @ 6 Cores 150 W
Core i7-4770K Haswell (22 nm) 3.5 GHz @ 4 Cores 84 W
Core i7-4770S Haswell (22 nm) 3.1 GHz @ 4 Cores 65 W
Core i7-4930K Ivybridge-E (22 nm) 3.4 GHz @ 6 Cores 130 W
Intel Celeron (P6 based)[edit]

Intel Celeron is Intel's series of budget processors.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Celeron 266 Covington (250 nm) 266 MHz 16.6 W
Celeron 300 Covington (250 nm) 300 MHz 18.4 W
Celeron 300A Mendocino (250 nm) 300 MHz 19 W
Celeron 300A Mendocino (250 nm) 300 MHz 20.9 W
Celeron 333 Mendocino (250 nm) 333 MHz 20.9 W
Celeron 333 Mendocino (250 nm) 333 MHz 20.9 W
Celeron 366 Mendocino (250 nm) 366 MHz 21.7 W
Celeron 366 Mendocino (250 nm) 366 MHz 21.7 W
Celeron 400 Mendocino (250 nm) 400 MHz 23.7 W
Celeron 400 Mendocino (250 nm) 400 MHz 23.7 W
Celeron 433 Mendocino (250 nm) 433 MHz 24.6 W
Celeron 433 Mendocino (250 nm) 433 MHz 24.1 W
Celeron 466 Mendocino (250 nm) 466 MHz 25.7 W
Celeron 500 Mendocino (250 nm) 500 MHz 27.2 W
Celeron 533 Mendocino (250 nm) 533 MHz 28.3 W
Celeron 533A Coppermine-128 (180 nm) 533 MHz 11.2 W
Celeron 566 Coppermine-128 (180 nm) 566 MHz 11.9 W
Celeron 600 Coppermine-128 (180 nm) 600 MHz 12.6 W
Celeron 633 Coppermine-128 (180 nm) 633 MHz 20.2 W
Celeron 667 Coppermine-128 (180 nm) 667 MHz 21.1 W
Celeron 700 Coppermine-128 (180 nm) 700 MHz 21.9 W
Celeron 733 Coppermine-128 (180 nm) 733 MHz 22.8 W
Celeron 766 Coppermine-128 (180 nm) 766 MHz 23.6 W
Celeron 800 Coppermine-128 (180 nm) 800 MHz 24.5 W
Celeron 850 Coppermine-128 (180 nm) 850 MHz 25.7 W
Celeron 900 Coppermine-128 (180 nm) 900 MHz 26.7 W
Celeron 950 Coppermine-128 (180 nm) 950 MHz 28 W
Celeron 1000 Coppermine-128 (180 nm) 1 GHz 29 W
Celeron 1100 Coppermine-128 (180 nm) 1.1 GHz 33 W
Celeron 1000A Tualatin-256 (130 nm) 1 GHz 29.5 W
Celeron 1100A Tualatin-256 (130 nm) 1.1 GHz 29.5 W
Celeron 1200 Tualatin-256 (130 nm) 1.2 GHz 29.5 W
Celeron 1300 Tualatin-256 (130 nm) 1.3 GHz 32 W
Celeron 1400 Tualatin-256 (130 nm) 1.4 GHz 33.2 W
Intel Celeron (NetBurst based)[edit]
Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Celeron 1.5 Willamette-128 (180 nm) 1.5 GHz  ??.?? W
Celeron 1.6 Willamette-128 (180 nm) 1.6 GHz  ??.?? W
Celeron 1.7 Willamette-128 (180 nm) 1.7 GHz 63.5 W
Celeron 1.8 Willamette-128 (180 nm) 1.8 GHz 66.1 W
Celeron 1.6 Northwood-128 (130 nm) 1.6 GHz  ??.?? W
Celeron 1.8 Northwood-128 (130 nm) 1.8 GHz 59.1 W
Celeron 2.0 Northwood-128 (130 nm) 2 GHz 52.8 W
Celeron 2.1 Northwood-128 (130 nm) 2.1 GHz 55.5 W
Celeron 2.2 Northwood-128 (130 nm) 2.2 GHz 57.1 W
Celeron 2.3 Northwood-128 (130 nm) 2.3 GHz 58.3 W
Celeron 2.4 Northwood-128 (130 nm) 2.4 GHz 59.8 W
Celeron 2.5 Northwood-128 (130 nm) 2.5 GHz 61 W
Celeron 2.6 Northwood-128 (130 nm) 2.6 GHz 62.6 W
Celeron 2.7 Northwood-128 (130 nm) 2.7 GHz 66.8 W
Celeron 2.8 Northwood-128 (130 nm) 2.8 GHz 68.4 W
Intel Celeron D[edit]

Celeron D is not a dual-core processor like Pentium D, it is branded Celeron D to distinguish it from older NetBurst-based Celerons (the same microarchitecture it is based on) and Celeron M.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Celeron D 310 Prescott-256 (90 nm) 2.13 GHz 73 W
Celeron D 315 Prescott-256 (90 nm) 2.26 GHz 73 W
Celeron D 320 Prescott-256 (90 nm) 2.4 GHz 73 W
Celeron D 325 Prescott-256 (90 nm) 2.53 GHz 73 W
Celeron D 325J Prescott-256 (90 nm) 2.53 GHz 84 W
Celeron D 326 Prescott-256 (90 nm) 2.53 GHz 84 W
Celeron D 330 Prescott-256 (90 nm) 2.66 GHz 73 W
Celeron D 330J Prescott-256 (90 nm) 2.66 GHz 84 W
Celeron D 331 Prescott-256 (90 nm) 2.66 GHz 84 W
Celeron D 335 Prescott-256 (90 nm) 2.8 GHz 73 W
Celeron D 335J Prescott-256 (90 nm) 2.8 GHz 84 W
Celeron D 336 Prescott-256 (90 nm) 2.8 GHz 84 W
Celeron D 340 Prescott-256 (90 nm) 2.93 GHz 73 W
Celeron D 340J Prescott-256 (90 nm) 2.93 GHz 84 W
Celeron D 341 Prescott-256 (90 nm) 2.93 GHz 84 W
Celeron D 345 Prescott-256 (90 nm) 3.06 GHz 73 W
Celeron D 345J Prescott-256 (90 nm) 3.06 GHz 84 W
Celeron D 346 Prescott-256 (90 nm) 3.06 GHz 84 W
Celeron D 350 Prescott-256 (90 nm) 3.2 GHz 73 W
Celeron D 351 Prescott-256 (90 nm) 3.2 GHz 84 W
Celeron D 355 Prescott-256 (90 nm) 3.33 GHz 84 W
Celeron D 347 Cedar Mill-512 (65 nm) 3.06 GHz 86 or 65 W
Celeron D 352 Cedar Mill-512 (65 nm) 3.2 GHz 86 or 65 W
Celeron D 356 Cedar Mill-512 (65 nm) 3.33 GHz 86 or 65 W
Celeron D 360 Cedar Mill-512 (65 nm) 3.46 GHz 65 W
Celeron D 365 Cedar Mill-512 (65 nm) 3.6 GHz 65 W
Intel Celeron (Core based)[edit]
Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Celeron 220 Conroe-L (65 nm) 1.2 GHz 19 W
Celeron 420 Conroe-L (65 nm) 1.6 GHz 35 W
Celeron 430 Conroe-L (65 nm) 1.8 GHz 35 W
Celeron 440 Conroe-L (65 nm) 2 GHz 35 W
Celeron 450 Conroe-CL (65 nm) 2.2 GHz 35 W
Intel Celeron Dual-Core[edit]

Intel Celeron Dual-Core is Intel's budget dual-core microprocessors intended for low cost desktops.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Celeron Dual-Core E1200 Allendale (65 nm) 1.6 GHz 65 W
Celeron Dual-Core E1400 Allendale (65 nm) 2 GHz 65 W
Celeron Dual-Core E1500 Allendale (65 nm) 2.2 GHz 65 W
Celeron Dual-Core E1600 Allendale (65 nm) 2.4 GHz 65 W
Celeron Dual-Core E3200 Wolfdale (45 nm) 2.4 GHz 65 W
Celeron Dual-Core E3300 Wolfdale (45 nm) 2.5 GHz 65 W
Intel Pentium Dual-Core[edit]

Unlike the original Pentium processor, these Pentiums have two cores on a single die. The Pentium Dual Core series use the same micro-architecture as Core 2 Duo. The Pentium Dual-Core processors bridge the gap between Celeron and Core 2. As of 2009, Intel branded Pentium Dual-Core processors as Pentium. The E5x00 and E6x00 series use the same Wolfdale core as the Core 2 Duo series, and is essentially a Core 2 Duo E7x00 processor with 1 MB of L2 cache disabled.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Pentium Dual-Core E2140 Conroe (65 nm) 1.6 GHz 65 W
Pentium Dual-Core E2160 Conroe (65 nm) 1.8 GHz 65 W
Pentium Dual-Core E2180 Conroe (65 nm) 2 GHz 65 W
Pentium Dual-Core E2200 Conroe (65 nm) 2.2 GHz 65 W
Pentium Dual-Core E2220 Conroe (65 nm) 2.4 GHz 65 W
Pentium Dual-Core E2210 Wolfdale (45 nm) 2.2 GHz 65 W
Pentium Dual-Core E5200 Wolfdale (45 nm) 2.5 GHz 65 W
Pentium Dual-Core E5300 Wolfdale (45 nm) 2.6 GHz 65 W
Pentium Dual-Core E5400 Wolfdale (45 nm) 2.7 GHz 65 W
Pentium Dual-Core E5500 Wolfdale (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 65 W
Pentium E6300 Wolfdale (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 65 W
Pentium E6500 Wolfdale (45 nm) 2.93 GHz 65 W
Pentium E6500K Wolfdale (45 nm) 2.93 GHz 65 W
Pentium E6600 Wolfdale (45 nm) 3.06 GHz 65 W
Pentium G6950 Clarkdale (32 nm) 2.8 GHz 73 W

Laptop processors[edit]

Mobile Pentium II[edit]
Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Mobile Pentium II 233 Tonga (250 nm) 233 MHz 9 W
Mobile Pentium II 266 Tonga (250 nm) 266 MHz 10.3 W
Mobile Pentium II 300 Tonga (250 nm) 300 MHz 11.6 W
Mobile Pentium II 266PE Dixon (250 nm) 266 MHz 10.6 W
Mobile Pentium II 300PE Dixon (250 nm) 300 MHz 12 W
Mobile Pentium II 333 Dixon (250 nm) 333 MHz 12.7 W
Mobile Pentium II 366 Dixon (250 nm) 366 MHz 14.1 W
Pentium III-M[edit]
Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Pentium III-M 866  ? (130 nm) 866 MHz 19.5 W
Pentium III-M 933  ? (130 nm) 933 MHz 20.1 W
Pentium III-M 1000 Tualatin (130 nm) 1 GHz 20.5 W
Pentium III-M 1066 Tualatin (130 nm) 1.06 GHz 21 W
Pentium III-M 1133 Tualatin (130 nm) 1.13 GHz 21.8 W
Pentium III-M 1200 Tualatin (130 nm) 1.2 GHz 22 W
Pentium III-M 1266 Tualatin (130 nm) 1.26 GHz 22 W
Pentium III-M 1333 Tualatin (130 nm) 1.33 GHz 22 W
Pentium III-M 1400 Tualatin (130 nm) 1.40 GHz 22 W
Pentium III-M LV 733  ? (130 nm) 733 MHz 9.3 W
Pentium III-M LV 750  ? (130 nm) 750 MHz 9.4 W
Pentium III-M LV 800  ? (130 nm) 800 MHz 9.25 W
Pentium III-M LV 850  ? (130 nm) 850 MHz 10 W
Pentium III-M LV 866  ? (130 nm) 866 MHz 10.1 W
Pentium III-M LV 933  ? (130 nm) 933 MHz 10.5 W
Pentium III-M LV 1000  ? (130 nm) 1 GHz 11 W
Pentium III-M ULV 700  ? (130 nm) 700 MHz 7 W
Pentium III-M ULV 733  ? (130 nm) 733 MHz 7 W
Pentium III-M ULV 750  ? (130 nm) 750 MHz 7 W
Pentium III-M ULV 800  ? (130 nm) 800 MHz 7 W
Pentium III-M ULV 850  ? (130 nm) 850 MHz 7 W
Pentium III-M ULV 866  ? (130 nm) 866 MHz 7 W
Pentium III-M ULV 900  ? (130 nm) 900 MHz 7 W
Pentium III-M ULV 933  ? (130 nm) 933 MHz 7 W
Pentium 4[edit]

The Pentium 4-M and Mobile Pentium 4 were based on the same 130 nm Northwood core as the desktop version that precceded them. There were few differences between the two laptop variants, besides the latter chips having a faster front side bus clock (533 MHz vs 400 MHz), Hyper Threading and a much higher thermal design power. Due to the high TDP of the Mobile Pentium 4s, laptops employing these chips often had severe overheating issues due to woefully inadequate cooling mechanisms; And often very poor battery life from the high power consumption of the CPU.

Intel had a bit of a dilemma during this time due to the fact they had four different mobile processors being manufactured at the same time (Pentium 3-M, Pentium 4-M, Mobile Pentium 4 and the Pentium M.) The Pentium 3 was already in the process of being phased out, and the power consumption and TDP of both the Pentium 4-M and Mobile pentium 4 proved unsolvable and were subsequently discontinued in favor of the much more efficient Pentium M.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Pentium 4-M 1.4 Northwood (130 nm) 1.4 GHz 25.8 W
Pentium 4-M 1.5 Northwood (130 nm) 1.5 GHz 26.9 W
Pentium 4-M 1.6 Northwood (130 nm) 1.6 GHz 30 W
Pentium 4-M 1.7 Northwood (130 nm) 1.7 GHz 30 W
Pentium 4-M 1.8 Northwood (130 nm) 1.8 GHz 30 W
Pentium 4-M 1.9 Northwood (130 nm) 1.9 GHz 32 W
Pentium 4-M 2.0 Northwood (130 nm) 2 GHz 32 W
Pentium 4-M 2.2 Northwood (130 nm) 2.2 GHz 35 W
Pentium 4-M 2.4 Northwood (130 nm) 2.4 GHz 35 W
Pentium 4-M 2.5 Northwood (130 nm) 2.5 GHz 35 W
Pentium 4-M 2.6 Northwood (130 nm) 2.6 GHz 35 W
Mobile Pentium 4 2.4 Northwood (130 nm) 2.4 GHz 59.8 W
Mobile Pentium 4 2.66 Northwood (130 nm) 2.66 GHz 66.1 W
Mobile Pentium 4 2.8 Northwood (130 nm) 2.8 GHz 68.4 W
Mobile Pentium 4 3.06 Northwood (130 nm) 3.06 GHz 70 W
Mobile Pentium 4 HT 2.66 Northwood (130 nm) 2.66 GHz 61 W
Mobile Pentium 4 HT 2.8 Northwood (130 nm) 2.8 GHz 68.4 W
Mobile Pentium 4 HT 3.06 Northwood (130 nm) 3.06 70 W
Mobile Pentium 4 HT 3.2 Northwood (130 nm) 3.2 GHz 76 W
Mobile Pentium 4 HT 518 Prescott (90 nm) 2.8 GHz 88 W
Mobile Pentium 4 HT 532 Prescott (90 nm) 3.06 GHz 88 W
Mobile Pentium 4 HT 538 Prescott (90 nm) 3.2 GHz 88 W
Mobile Pentium 4 HT 548 Prescott (90 nm) 3.33 GHz 88 W
Mobile Pentium 4 HT 552 Prescott (90 nm) 3.46 GHz 88 W
Pentium M[edit]

Pentium M is clocked slower than Pentium 4 and is derived from a more efficient P6-based Pentium M microarchitecture. The Pentium M was launched to address the Pentium 4-M's heat and performance problems. Notebooks using the Pentium M did not require a large and powerful cooling unit and could be built thin and light. While the Pentium M was clocked at significantly slower clock speeds than the Pentium 4-M, it did manage to outperform the Pentium 4-M (for example, a 1.6 GHz Pentium M could outperform a 2.4 GHz Pentium 4-M). In contrast to this, the Pentium M's main disappointment was in floating point operations, because the SSE2 implementations were not equal to those in the Pentium 4. Prefixes: LV=Low voltage, ULV=Ultra-low voltage.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Pentium M 1.3 Banias (130 nm) 1.3 GHz 22 W
Pentium M 1.4 Banias (130 nm) 1.4 GHz 22 W
Pentium M 1.5 Banias (130 nm) 1.5 GHz 24.5 W
Pentium M 1.6 Banias (130 nm) 1.6 GHz 24.5 W
Pentium M 1.7 Banias (130 nm) 1.7 GHz 24.5 W
Pentium M LV 1.1 Banias (130 nm ) 1.1 GHz 12 W
Pentium M LV 1.2 Banias (130 nm ) 1.2 GHz 12 W
Pentium M LV 718 Banias (130 nm ) 1.3 GHz 12 W
Pentium M ULV 900 Banias (130 nm) 900 MHz 7 W
Pentium M ULV 1.0 Banias (130 nm) 1 GHz 7 W
Pentium M ULV 713 Banias (130 nm) 1.1 GHz 7 W
Pentium M 710 Dothan (90 nm) 1.4 GHz 21 W
Pentium M 715 Dothan (90 nm) 1.5 GHz 21 W
Pentium M 715A Dothan (90 nm) 1.5 GHz 21 W
Pentium M 725 Dothan (90 nm) 1.6 GHz 21 W
Pentium M 725A Dothan (90 nm) 1.6 GHz 21 W
Pentium M 730 Dothan (90 nm) 1.6 GHz 27 W
Pentium M 735 Dothan (90 nm) 1.7 GHz 21 W
Pentium M 735A Dothan (90 nm) 1.7 GHz 21 W
Pentium M 740 Dothan (90 nm) 1.73 GHz 27 W
Pentium M 745 Dothan (90 nm) 1.8 GHz 21 W
Pentium M 745A Dothan (90 nm) 1.8 GHz 21 W
Pentium M 750 Dothan (90 nm) 1.86 GHz 27 W
Pentium M 755 Dothan (90 nm) 2 GHz 21 W
Pentium M 760 Dothan (90 nm) 2 GHz 27 W
Pentium M 765 Dothan (90 nm) 2.1 GHz 21 W
Pentium M 770 Dothan (90 nm) 2.13 GHz 27 W
Pentium M 780 Dothan (90 nm) 2.26 GHz 27 W
Pentium M LV 738 Dothan (90 nm) 1.4 GHz 10 W
Pentium M LV 758 Dothan (90 nm) 1.5 GHz 10 W
Pentium M LV 778 Dothan (90 nm) 1.6 GHz 10 W
Pentium M ULV 723 Dothan (90 nm) 1 GHz 5 W
Pentium M ULV 733 Dothan (90 nm) 1.1 GHz 5 W
Pentium M ULV 733J Dothan (90 nm) 1.1 GHz 5 W
Pentium M ULV 753 Dothan (90 nm) 1.2 GHz 5 W
Pentium M ULV 773 Dothan (90 nm) 1.3 GHz 5 W
Core[edit]

The Core brand was launched on January 5, 2006, the same day as the final Pentium 4 models. Core processors focus on energy efficiency and a better performance per watt ratio, which the Pentium M already offered. The Core processors added SSE3 but continued to use a 32-bit instruction set. The instruction pipeline was reduced to 12 stages, yet the fastest Core processor achieved a slightly higher clock speed compared to the Pentium M, thanks to a new 65 nm manufacturing process. The Core Solo is actually a Core Duo with one processor core disabled. Intel did this because it was a simpler and cheaper way instead of altering the Core microarchitecture to manufacture Core Solo processors with only one physical core, which would cost extra time and money.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Core Solo T1200 Yonah (65 nm) 1.5 GHz 27 W
Core Solo T1300 Yonah (65 nm) 1.66 GHz 27 W
Core Solo T1350 Yonah (65 nm) 1.86 GHz 31 W
Core Solo T1400 Yonah (65 nm) 1.83 GHz 27 W
Core Solo T1500 Yonah (65 nm) 2 GHz 27 W
Core Solo T1600 Yonah (65 nm) 2.16 GHz 27 W
Core Solo U1300 Yonah (65 nm) 1.06 GHz 6 W
Core Solo U1400 Yonah (65 nm) 1.2 GHz 6 W
Core Solo U1500 Yonah (65 nm) 1.33 GHz 5.5 W
Core Duo L2300 Yonah (65 nm) 1.5 GHz 15 W
Core Duo L2400 Yonah (65 nm) 1.66 GHz 15 W
Core Duo L2500 Yonah (65 nm) 1.83 GHz 15 W
Core Duo T2050 Yonah (65 nm) 1.6 GHz 31 W
Core Duo T2250 Yonah (65 nm) 1.73 GHz 31 W
Core Duo T2300 Yonah (65 nm) 1.66 GHz 31 W
Core Duo T2300E Yonah (65 nm) 1.66 GHz 31 W
Core Duo T2350 Yonah (65 nm) 1.86 GHz 31 W
Core Duo T2400 Yonah (65 nm) 1.83 GHz 31 W
Core Duo T2450 Yonah (65 nm) 2 GHz 31 W
Core Duo T2500 Yonah (65 nm) 2 GHz 31 W
Core Duo T2600 Yonah (65 nm) 2.16 GHz 31 W
Core Duo T2700 Yonah (65 nm) 2.33 GHz 31 W
Core Duo U2400 Yonah (65 nm) 1.06 GHz 9 W
Core Duo U2500 Yonah (65 nm) 1.2 GHz 9 W
Core 2[edit]

The Core 2 brand improves upon the original Core processors by adding a 64-bit instruction set to the initial 32-bit one. In this range, the Core 2 Duo is the most significant processor line. The mobile Core 2 Quad is not clocked as high as its desktop variant to avoid creating heat problems in laptops the way the mobile Pentium 4 did. Similar to the Core Solo, the Core 2 Solo is actually a Core 2 Duo processor with one core disable for the same reason as the Core Solo. The Core 2 Quad is two Core 2 Duo dies in one package. All Core 2 models manufactured at a 45 nm lithiography feature the SSE4.1 instruction set.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Core 2 Solo U2100 Merom-L (65 nm) 1.06 GHz 5.5 W
Core 2 Solo U2200 Merom-L (65 nm) 1.2 GHz 5.5 W
Core 2 Duo LV7200 Merom (65 nm) 1.33 GHz 17 W
Core 2 Duo LV7300 Merom (65 nm) 1.4 GHz 17 W
Core 2 Duo LV7400 Merom (65 nm) 1.5 GHz 17 W
Core 2 Duo LV7500 Merom (65 nm) 1.6 GHz 17 W
Core 2 Duo LV7700 Merom (65 nm) 1.8 GHz 17 W
Core 2 Duo T5200 Merom (65 nm) 1.6 GHz 34 W
Core 2 Duo T5250 Merom (65 nm) 1.5 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T5270 Merom (65 nm) 1.4 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T5300 Merom (65 nm) 1.73 GHz 34 W
Core 2 Duo T5450 Merom (65 nm) 1.66 GHz 34 W
Core 2 Duo T5470 Merom (65 nm) 1.6 GHz 34 W
Core 2 Duo T5500 Merom (65 nm) 1.66 GHz 34 W
Core 2 Duo T5550 Merom (65 nm) 1.83 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T5600 Merom (65 nm) 1.83 GHz 34 W
Core 2 Duo T5670 Merom (65 nm) 1.8 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T5750 Merom (65 nm) 2 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T5800 Merom (65 nm) 2 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T5850 Merom (65 nm) 2.16 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T5870 Merom (65 nm) 2 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T5900 Merom (65 nm) 2.2 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T7100 Merom (65 nm) 1.8 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T7200 Merom (65 nm) 2 GHz 34 W
Core 2 Duo T7250 Merom (65 nm) 2 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T7300 Merom (65 nm) 2 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T7400 Merom (65 nm) 2.16 GHz 34 W
Core 2 Duo T7500 Merom (65 nm) 2.2 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T7600 Merom (65 nm) 2.33 GHz 34 W
Core 2 Duo T7700 Merom (65 nm) 2.4 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T7800 Merom (65 nm) 2.6 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo U7500 Merom (65 nm) 1.06 GHz 10 W
Core 2 Duo U7600 Merom (65 nm) 1.2 GHz 10 W
Core 2 Duo U7700 Merom (65 nm) 1.33 GHz 10 W
Core 2 Extreme X7800 Merom (65 nm) 2.6 GHz 44 W
Core 2 Extreme X7900 Merom (65 nm) 2.8 GHz 44 W
Core 2 Solo SU3300 Penryn-3M (45 nm) 1.2 GHz 5.5 W
Core 2 Solo SU3500 Penryn-3M (45 nm) 1.4 GHz 5.5 W
Core 2 Duo P7350 Penryn (45 nm) 2 GHz 25 W
Core 2 Duo P7370 Penryn (45 nm) 2 GHz 25 W
Core 2 Duo P7450 Penryn (45 nm) 2.13 GHz 25 W
Core 2 Duo P7550 Penryn (45 nm) 2.26 GHz 25 W
Core 2 Duo P8400 Penryn (45 nm) 2.26 GHz 25 W
Core 2 Duo P8600 Penryn (45 nm) 2.4 GHz 25 W
Core 2 Duo P8700 Penryn (45 nm) 2.53 GHz 25 W
Core 2 Duo P8800 Penryn (45 nm) 2.66 GHz 25 W
Core 2 Duo P9500 Penryn (45 nm) 2.53 GHz 25 W
Core 2 Duo P9600 Penryn (45 nm) 2.66 GHz 25 W
Core 2 Duo P9700 Penryn (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 28 W
Core 2 Duo SL9300 Penryn (45 nm) 1.6 GHz 17 W
Core 2 Duo SL9380 Penryn (45 nm) 1.8 GHz 17 W
Core 2 Duo SL9400 Penryn (45 nm) 1.86 GHz 17 W
Core 2 Duo SL9600 Penryn (45 nm) 2.13 GHz 17 W
Core 2 Duo SP9300 Penryn (45 nm) 2.26 GHz 25 W
Core 2 Duo SP9400 Penryn (45 nm) 2.4 GHz 25 W
Core 2 Duo SP9600 Penryn (45 nm) 2.53 GHz 25 W
Core 2 Duo SU7300 Penryn (45 nm) 1.3 GHz 10 W
Core 2 Duo SU9300 Penryn (45 nm) 1.2 GHz 10 W
Core 2 Duo SU9400 Penryn (45 nm) 1.4 GHz 10 W
Core 2 Duo SU9600 Penryn (45 nm) 1.6 GHz 10 W
Core 2 Duo T6400 Penryn (45 nm) 2 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T6500 Penryn (45 nm) 2.1 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T6570 Penryn (45 nm) 2.1 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T6600 Penryn (45 nm) 2.2 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T6670 Penryn (45 nm) 2.2 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T8100 Penryn (45 nm) 2.1 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T8300 Penryn (45 nm) 2.4 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T9300 Penryn (45 nm) 2.5 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T9400 Penryn (45 nm) 2.53 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T9500 Penryn (45 nm) 2.6 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T9550 Penryn (45 nm) 2.66 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T9600 Penryn (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T9800 Penryn (45 nm) 2.93 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Duo T9900 Penryn (45 nm) 3.06 GHz 35 W
Core 2 Extreme X9000 Penryn (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 44 W
Core 2 Extreme X9100 Penryn (45 nm) 3.06 GHz 44 W
Core 2 Quad Q9000 Penryn QC (45 nm) 2 GHz 45 W
Core 2 Quad Q9100 Penryn QC (45 nm) 2.26 GHz 45 W
Core 2 Extreme QX9300 Penryn QC XE (45 nm) 2.53 GHz 45 W
Intel Core i3[edit]
Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Core i3-330UM Arrandale (32 nm) 1.20 GHz 18 W
Core i3-380UM Arrandale (32 nm) 1.33 GHz 18 W
Core i3-330M Arrandale (32 nm) 2.13 GHz 35 W
Core i3-330E Arrandale (32 nm) 2.13 GHz 35 W
Core i3-350M Arrandale (32 nm) 2.26 GHz 35 W
Core i3-370M Arrandale (32 nm) 2.40 GHz 35 W
Core i3-380M Arrandale (32 nm) 2.53 GHz 35 W
Core i3-2357M Sandy Bridge (32 nm) 1.3 GHz 17 W
Core i3-2367M Sandy Bridge (32 nm) 1.4 GHz 17 W
Core i3-2310M Sandy Bridge (32 nm) 2.1 GHz 35 W
Core i3-2330M Sandy Bridge (32 nm) 2.2 GHz 35 W
Core i3-2350M Sandy Bridge (32 nm) 2.3 GHz 35 W
Core i3-2370M Sandy Bridge (32 nm) 2.4 GHz 35 W
Core i3-3217U Ivy Bridge (22 nm) 1.8 GHz 17 W
Core i3-3110M Ivy Bridge (22 nm) 2.4 GHz 35 W
Core i3-4000M Haswell (22 nm) 2.4 GHz 37 W
Core i3-4005U Haswell (22 nm) 1.7 GHz 15 W
Core i3-4010U Haswell (22 nm) 1.7 GHz 15 W
Core i3-4100U Haswell (22 nm) 1.8 GHz 15 W
Core i3-4010Y Haswell (22 nm) 1.3 GHz 11.5 W
Core i3-4158U Haswell (22 nm) 2.0 GHz 28 W
Core i3-4100M Haswell (22 nm) 2.5 GHz 37 W
Core i3-4012Y Haswell (22 nm) 1.5 GHz 11.5 W
Core i3-4020Y Haswell (22 nm) 1.5 GHz 11.5 W
Intel Core i5[edit]
Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Core i5-3317UM Ivy Bridge (22 nm) 1.70 GHz [Turbo 2.60 GHz] 17 W
Core i5-3427UM Ivy Bridge (22 nm) 1.80 GHz [Turbo 2.80 GHz] 17 W
Core i5-430UM Arrandale (32 nm) 1.20 GHz 18 W
Core i5-470UM Arrandale (32 nm) 1.33 GHz 18 W
Core i5-520UM Arrandale (32 nm) 1.06 GHz 18 W
Core i5-540UM Arrandale (32 nm) 1.20 GHz 18 W
Core i5-560UM Arrandale (32 nm) 1.33 GHz 18 W
Core i5-430M Arrandale (32 nm) 2.26 GHz 35 W
Core i5-450M Arrandale (32 nm) 2.40 GHz 35 W
Core i5-460M Arrandale (32 nm) 2.53 GHz 35 W
Core i5-520M Arrandale (32 nm) 2.40 GHz 35 W
Core i5-520E Arrandale (32 nm) 2.40 GHz 35 W
Core i5-540M Arrandale (32 nm) 2.53 GHz 35 W
Core i5-560M Arrandale (32 nm) 2.66 GHz 35 W
Core i5-580M Arrandale (32 nm) 2.66 GHz 35 W
Core i5-2450M Sandy Bridge (32 nm) 2.50 GHz 35 W
Core i5-3360M Ivy Bridge (22 nm) 2.80 GHz [Turbo 3.50 GHz] 35 W
Core i5-4200H Haswell (22 nm) 2.80 GHz [Turbo 3.40 GHz] 47 W
Core i5-4250U Haswell (22 nm) 1.30 GHz [Turbo 2.60 GHz] 15 W
Core i5-4350U Haswell (22 nm) 1.40 GHz [Turbo 2.90 GHz] 15 W
Core i5-4200U Haswell (22 nm) 1.60 GHz [Turbo 2.60 GHz] 15 W
Core i5-4200Y Haswell (22 nm) 1.40 GHz [Turbo 1.90 GHz] 11.5 W
Core i5-4258U Haswell (22 nm) 2.40 GHz [Turbo 2.90 GHz] 28 W
Core i5-4288U Haswell (22 nm) 2.60 GHz [Turbo 3.10 GHz] 28 W
Core i5-4300U Haswell (22 nm) 1.90 GHz [Turbo 2.90 GHz] 15 W
Core i5-4300M Haswell (22 nm) 2.60 GHz [Turbo 3.30 GHz] 37 W
Core i5-4200M Haswell (22 nm) 2.50 GHz [Turbo 3.10 GHz] 37 W
Core i5-4202Y Haswell (22 nm) 1.60 GHz [Turbo 2.00 GHz] 11.5 W
Core i5-4210Y Haswell (22 nm) 1.50 GHz [Turbo 1.90 GHz] 11.5 W
Core i5-4300Y Haswell (22 nm) 1.60 GHz [Turbo 2.30 GHz] 11.5 W
Core i5-4302Y Haswell (22 nm) 1.60 GHz [Turbo 2.30 GHz] 11.5 W
Core i5-4330M Haswell (22 nm) 2.80 GHz [Turbo 3.50 GHz] 37 W
Intel Core i7[edit]
Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Core i7-3517U Ivy Bridge (22 nm) 1.90 GHz [Turbo 3.00 GHz] 17 W
Core i7-3667U Ivy Bridge (22 nm) 2.00 GHz [Turbo 3.20 GHz] 17 W
Core i7-620UM Arrandale (32 nm) 1.06 GHz 18 W
Core i7-620UE Arrandale (32 nm) 1.06 GHz 18 W
Core i7-640UM Arrandale (32 nm) 1.20 GHz 18 W
Core i7-660UM Arrandale (32 nm) 1.33 GHz 18 W
Core i7-660UE Arrandale (32 nm) 1.33 GHz 18 W
Core i7-680UM Arrandale (32 nm) 1.46 GHz 18 W
Core i7-620LM Arrandale (32 nm) 2.00 GHz 25 W
Core i7-620LE Arrandale (32 nm) 2.00 GHz 25 W
Core i7-640LM Arrandale (32 nm) 2.13 GHz 25 W
Core i7-660LM Arrandale (32 nm) 2.26 GHz 25 W
Core i7-610E Arrandale (32 nm) 2.53 GHz 35 W
Core i7-620M Arrandale (32 nm) 2.66 GHz 35 W
Core i7-640M Arrandale (32 nm) 2.80 GHz 35 W
Core i7-720QM Clarksfield (45 nm) 1.6 GHz 45 W
Core i7-740QM Clarksfield (45 nm) 1.73 GHz 45 W
Core i7-820QM Clarksfield (45 nm) 1.73 GHz 45 W
Core i7-840QM Clarksfield (45 nm) 1.86 GHz 45 W
Core i7-920XM Clarksfield (45 nm) 2 GHz 55 W
Core i7-940XM Clarksfield (45 nm) 2.13 GHz 55 W
Core i7-4550U Haswell (22 nm) 1.50 GHz [Turbo 3.00 GHz] 15 W
Core i7-4650U Haswell (22 nm) 1.70 GHz [Turbo 3.30 GHz] 15 W
Core i7-4700HQ Haswell (22 nm) 2.40 GHz [Turbo 3.40 GHz] 47 W
Core i7-4700MQ Haswell (22 nm) 2.40 GHz [Turbo 3.40 GHz] 47 W
Core i7-4702HQ Haswell (22 nm) 2.20 GHz [Turbo 3.20 GHz] 37 W
Core i7-4702MQ Haswell (22 nm) 2.20 GHz [Turbo 3.20 GHz] 37 W
Core i7-4800MQ Haswell (22 nm) 2.70 GHz [Turbo 3.70 GHz] 47 W
Core i7-4900MQ Haswell (22 nm) 2.80 GHz [Turbo 3.80 GHz] 47 W
Core i7-4930MX Haswell (22 nm) 3.00 GHz [Turbo 3.90 GHz] 57 W
Core i7-4500U Haswell (22 nm) 1.80 GHz [Turbo 3.00 GHz] 15 W
Core i7-4558U Haswell (22 nm) 2.80 GHz [Turbo 3.30 GHz] 28 W
Core i7-4600M Haswell (22 nm) 2.90 GHz [Turbo 3.60 GHz] 37 W
Core i7-4600U Haswell (22 nm) 2.10 GHz [Turbo 3.30 GHz] 15 W
Core i7-4610Y Haswell (22 nm) 1.70 GHz [Turbo 2.90 GHz] 11.5 W
Intel Atom[edit]

Intel Atom is a series of Ultra Low Voltage processors made for ultraportables called "netbooks" and ultra small form factor desktops called "nettops". Because of their low clock speed, Intel Atom CPUs are highly energy efficient. Atom's microarchitecture is unique from other Intel CPUs. Certain Atom CPUs have Hyper-Threading.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Atom 230 Diamondville (45 nm) 1.6 GHz 4 W
Atom 330 (Dual-Core) Diamondville (45 nm) 1.6 GHz 8 W
Atom N270 Diamondville (45 nm) 1.6 GHz 2.5 W
Atom N280 Diamondville (45 nm) 1.67 GHz 2.5 W
Atom D410 Pineview (45 nm) 1.66 GHz 10 W
Atom D510 (Dual-Core) Pineview (45 nm) 1.66 GHz 13 W
Atom D525 (Dual-Core) Pineview (45 nm) 1.8 GHz 13 W
Atom N450 Pineview (45 nm) 1.67 GHz 5.5 W
Atom N455 Pineview (45 nm) 1.67 GHz 6.5 W
Atom N470 Pineview (45 nm) 1.83 GHz 6.5 W
Atom N475 Pineview (45 nm) 1.83 GHz 6.5 W
Atom N550 (Dual-Core) Pineview (45 nm) 1.5x2 GHz 8.5 W
Atom N570 (Dual-Core) Pineview (45 nm) 1.66x2 GHz 8.5 W
Atom D2500 (Dual-Core) Cedarview (32 nm) 1.87 GHz 10 W
Atom D2550 (Dual-Core) Cedarview (32 nm) 1.87 GHz 10 W
Atom D2700 (Dual-Core) Cedarview (32 nm) 2.13 GHz 10 W
Atom N2600 (Dual-Core) Cedarview (32 nm) 1.6 GHz 3.5 W
Atom N2800 (Dual-Core) Cedarview (32 nm) 1.87 GHz 6.5 W
Atom Z500 Silverthorne (45 nm) 800 MHz 0.65 W
Atom Z510 Silverthorne (45 nm) 1.1 GHz 2 W
Atom Z510P Silverthorne (45 nm) 1.1 GHz 2.2 W
Atom Z510PT Silverthorne (45 nm) 1.1 GHz 2.2 W
Atom Z515 Silverthorne (45 nm) 1.2 GHz (burst speed) 1.4 W
Atom Z520 Silverthorne (45 nm) 1.33 GHz 2 W
Atom Z520PT Silverthorne (45 nm) 1.33 GHz 2.2 W
Atom Z530 Silverthorne (45 nm) 1.6 GHz 2 W
Atom Z530P Silverthorne (45 nm) 1.6 GHz 2.2 W
Atom Z540 Silverthorne (45 nm) 1.86 GHz 2.4 W
Atom Z550 Silverthorne (45 nm) 2 GHz 2.4 W
Atom Z560 Silverthorne (45 nm) 2.13 GHz 2.5 W
Celeron M[edit]

Like the Pentium M, the Celeron M was specifically made for use in laptops.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Celeron M 600 Banias (130 nm) 600 MHz 7 W
Celeron M 800 Banias (130 nm) 800 MHz 7 W
Celeron M 310 Banias (130 nm) 1.2 GHz 24.5 W
Celeron M 320 Banias (130 nm) 1.3 GHz 24.5 W
Celeron M 330 Banias (130 nm) 1.4 GHz 24.5 W
Celeron M 340 Banias (130 nm) 1.5 GHz 24.5 W
Celeron M 353 Dothan (90 nm) 900 MHz 5 W
Celeron M 373 Dothan (90 nm) 1 GHz 5.5 W
Celeron M 383 Dothan (90 nm) 1 GHz 5.5 W
Celeron M 205 Dothan (90 nm) 1.2 GHz 21 W
Celeron M 350 Dothan (90 nm) 1.3 GHz 21 W
Celeron M 350J Dothan (90 nm) 1.3 GHz 21 W
Celeron M 360 Dothan (90 nm) 1.4 GHz 21 W
Celeron M 360J Dothan (90 nm) 1.4 GHz 21 W
Celeron M 370 Dothan (90 nm) 1.5 GHz 21 W
Celeron M 380 Dothan (90 nm) 1.6 GHz 21 W
Celeron M 390 Dothan (90 nm) 1.7 GHz 27 W
Celeron M 215 Yonah (65 nm) 1.53 GHz 27 W
Celeron M 723 ... (45 nm) 1.2 GHz 10 W
Celeron Dual-Core[edit]

Celeron Dual-Core is Intel's budget dual-core CPUs intended for low-cost computers.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Celeron Dual-Core T1400 Merom (65 nm) 1.73 GHz 35 W
Celeron Dual-Core T1500 Merom (65 nm) 1.86 GHz 35 W
Celeron Dual-Core T1600 Merom (65 nm) 1.66 GHz 35 W
Celeron Dual-Core T1700 Merom (65 nm) 1.83 GHz 35 W
Celeron Dual-Core T3100 Merom (45 nm) 1.8 GHz 35 W
Celeron Dual-Core T3100 Penryn (45 nm) 1.9 GHz 35 W
Pentium Dual-Core/Pentium[edit]

Intel Pentium (originally Pentium Dual-Core) is a line of single- and dual-core processors for lower-priced laptops. The SU2700 is the only single-core processor in the series and is intended for use with Intel's CULV platform. It should be noted that the Pentium Dual-Core T2060, T2080 and T2130 are not 64-bit as they are based on the Yonah core. Prefixies: T=Standard Voltage, SU=Ultra Low Voltage.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Pentium Dual-Core T2060 Yonah (65 nm) 1.6 GHz 31 W
Pentium Dual-Core T2080 Yonah (65 nm) 1.73 GHz 31 W
Pentium Dual-Core T2130 Yonah (65 nm) 1.86 GHz 31 W
Pentium Dual-Core T2350 Yonah (65 nm) 1.86 GHz 31 W
Pentium Dual-Core T2310 Merom-2M (65 nm) 1.46 GHz 35 W
Pentium Dual-Core T2330 Merom-2M (65 nm) 1.6 GHz 35 W
Pentium Dual-Core T2370 Merom-2M (65 nm) 1.73 GHz 35 W
Pentium Dual-Core T2390 Merom-2M (65 nm) 1.86 GHz 35 W
Pentium Dual-Core T2410 Merom-2M (65 nm) 2 GHz 35 W
Pentium Dual-Core T3200 Merom-2M (65 nm) 2 GHz 35 W
Pentium Dual-Core T3400 Merom-2M (65 nm) 2.16 GHz 35 W
Pentium T4200 Penryn-1M (45 nm) 2 GHz 35 W
Pentium T4300 Penryn-1M (45 nm) 2.1 GHz 35 W
Pentium SU2700 Penryn-1M (45 nm) 1.3 GHz 10 W
Pentium SU4100 Penryn-1M (45 nm) 1.3 GHz 10 W

Server processors[edit]

Pentium Pro[edit]

Launched in 1995, the Pentium Pro was Intel's first processor meant for servers as well as their first processor to use the P6 microarchitecture. The processor used a dual-cavity package, in which one cavity contained the die and the other cavity contained the L2 Cache, as the Pentium Pro's L2 cache probably could not fit in the die. The Pentium Pro was substantially faster than the Pentium and Pentium MMX in 32-bit applications, but in 16-bit applications, it was slightly slower than the Pentium and Pentium MMX processors. This is because the Pentium Pro was optimized for 32-bit applications.

Sortable table
Model Lithography Clock Speed Thermal Design Power TDP to Clock Speed Ratio (W/GHz)
Pentium Pro 150 600 nm 150 MHz 29.2 W 194.67
Pentium Pro 166 600 nm 166 MHz 35 W 210.84
Pentium Pro 180 600 nm 180 MHz 31.7 W 176.11
Pentium Pro 200 (256 KB L2 Cache) 600 nm 200 MHz 35 W 175
Pentium Pro 200 (512 KB L2 Cache) 600 nm 200 MHz 37.9 W 189.5
Pentium Pro 150 350 nm 150 MHz 29.2 W 194.67
Pentium Pro 166 350 nm 166 MHz 35 W 210.84
Pentium Pro 180 350 nm 180 MHz 31.7 W 176.11
Pentium Pro 200 (256 KB L2 Cache) 350 nm 200 MHz 35 W 175
Pentium Pro 200 (512 KB L2 Cache) 350 nm 200 MHz 37.9 W 189.5
Pentium Pro 200 (1 MB L2 Cache) 350 nm 200 MHz 47 W 235
Single Core Xeon[edit]

Intel part numbers

Sortable table
Clock Speed (GHz) L2 Cache (KB) L3 Cache (MB) Thermal Design Power (W) Maximum Power (W) Minimum TCASE (°C) Maximum TCASE (°C) Proc ID
2.00 512 58 66 5 70 0F27h/0F29h
2.40 512 65 75 5 74 0F27h/0F29h
2.66 512 72 83 5 74 0F27h/0F29h
2.80 512 74 86 5 75 0F27h/0F29h
3.06 512 85 101 5 73 0F27h/0F29h
2.40 512 77 86 5 72 0F25h
2.66 512 77 86 5 72 0F25h
2.80 512 77 86 5 72 0F25h
3.06 512 1 87 102 5 70 0F25h
3.20 512 1 92 110 5 71 0F25h
3.20 512 2 92 110 5 71 0F25h
Dual Core Xeon[edit]

Intel part numbers

Sortable table
Model Clock Speed Power FSB L2 Cache L3 Cache Clock Speed to Power ratio (MHz/W)
3040 1.86 GHz 65 W 1066 MHz 2MB 28.6
3050 2.13 GHz 65 W 1066 MHz 2MB 32.8
3060 2.40 GHz 65 W 1066 MHz 4MB 36.9
3070 2.66 GHz 65 W 1066 MHz 4MB 41.0
5030 2.67 GHz 95 W 667 MHz 2x2MB 28.1
5050 3.00 GHz 95 W 667 MHz 2x2MB 31.6
5060 3.20 GHz 95 W 1066 MHz 2x2MB 33.7
5063 3.20 GHz 95 W 1066 MHz 2x2MB 33.7
5080 3.73 GHz 130 W 1066 MHz 2x2MB 28.7
5110 1.60 GHz 65 W 1066 MHz 4MB 24.6
5120 1.86 GHz 65 W 1066 MHz 4MB 28.6
5130 2.00 GHz 65 W 1333 MHz 4MB 30.7
5140 2.33 GHz 65 W 1333 MHz 4MB 35.9
5150 2.66 GHz 65 W 1333 MHz 4MB 41.0
5160 3.00 GHz 80 W 1333 MHz 4MB 37.5
7120M 3.00 GHz 95 W 800 MHz 2x1MB 4MB 31.6
7120N 3.00 GHz 95 W 667 FSB 2x1MB 4MB 31.6
7130M 3.20 GHz 150 W 800 MHz 2x1MB 8MB 21.3
7130N 3.16 GHz 150 W 667 MHz 2x1MB 8MB 21.1
7140M 3.40 GHz 150 W 800 MHz 2x1MB 16MB 22.7
7140N 3.33 GHz 150 W 667 MHz 2x1MB 16MB 22
7150N 3.50 GHz 150 W 667 MHz 2x1MB 16MB 23.3


Xeon (Six Core, Core-based)[edit]
Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power TDP to Clock Speed Ratio (W/GHz)
Xeon E7450 Dunnington (45 nm) 2.4 GHz 90 W 37.5
Xeon E7458 Dunnington (45 nm) 2.4 GHz 90 W 37.5
Xeon E7460 Dunnington (45 nm) 2.66 GHz 130 W 48.87
Xeon L7455 Dunnington (45 nm) 2.13 GHz 65 W 30.52
Intel Itanium[edit]
Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power TDP to Clock Speed Ratio (W/GHz)
Itanium 733 Merced (180 nm) 733 MHz 116 W 158.25
Itanium 733 Merced (180 nm) 733 MHz 130 W 177.35
Itanium 800 Merced (180 nm) 800 MHz 116 W 145
Itanium 800 Merced (180 nm) 800 MHz 130 W 162.5
Intel Itanium 2[edit]
Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power TDP to Clock Speed Ratio (W/GHz)
Itanium 2 900 McKinley (180 nm) 900 MHz 130 W 144.44
Itanium 2 900 McKinley (180 nm) 900 MHz 130 W 144.44
Itanium 2 1000 McKinley (180 nm) 1 GHz 130 W 130
Itanium 2 1000 McKinley (180 nm) 1 GHz 130 W 130
Itanium 2 1400 Madison (130 nm) 1.4 GHz 130 W 92.86
Itanium 2 1300 Madison (130 nm) 1.3 GHz 130 W 100
Itanium 2 1400 Madison (130 nm) 1.4 GHz 130 W 93.86
Itanium 2 1400 Madison (130 nm) 1.4 GHz 130 W 92.86
Itanium 2 1500 Madison (130 nm) 1.5 GHz 130 W 86.67
Itanium 2 1600 Madison (130 nm) 1.6 GHz 130 W 81.25
Itanium 2 1666 Madison (130 nm) 1.66 GHz 130 W 78.31
Itanium 2 1600 Madison-9M (130 nm) 1.6 GHz 130 W 81.25
Itanium 2 1666 Madison-9M (130 nm) 1.66 GHz 130 W 78.31
Itanium 2 1000 Deerfield (130 nm) 1 GHz 62 W 62
Itanium 2 1300 Fanwood (130 nm) 1.3 GHz  ??? W  ???.??
Itanium 2 1600 Fanwood (130 nm) 1.6 GHz  ??? W  ???.??
Itanium 2 1600 Fanwood (130 nm) 1.6 GHz  ??? W  ???.??
Itanium 2 MX2 Hondo MCM (130 nm) 1.1 GHz 260 W 236.36
Itanium 2 9010 Montecito (90 nm) 1.6 GHz 75 W 46.88
Itanium 2 9015 Montecito (90 nm) 1.4 GHz 104 W 74.29
Itanium 2 9020 Montecito (90 nm) 1.42 GHz 104 W 73.24
Itanium 2 9030 Montecito (90 nm) 1.6 GHz 104 W 65
Itanium 2 9040 Montecito (90 nm) 1.6 GHz 104 W 65
Itanium 2 9050 Montecito (90 nm) 1.6 GHz 104 W 65
Itanium 2 9110N Montevale (90 nm) 1.6 GHz 75 W 46.88
Itanium 2 9120N Montevale (90 nm) 1.42 GHz 104 W 73.24
Itanium 2 9130M Montevale (90 nm) 1.66 GHz 104 W 62.65
Itanium 2 9140N Montevale (90 nm) 1.6 GHz 104 W 65
Itanium 2 9140M Montevale (90 nm) 1.66 GHz 104 W 62.65
Itanium 2 9150N Montevale (90 nm) 1.6 GHz 104 W 65
Itanium 2 9150M Montevale (90 nm) 1.66 GHz 104 W 62.65
Itanium 2 9152M Montevale (90 nm) 1.66 GHz 104 W 62.65

AMD processors[edit]

Desktop[edit]

Am486[edit]
Am5x86[edit]
K5[edit]

Released in 1996, the K5 was AMD's first processor developed entirely in-house. It was supposed to yield similar performance results as Intel's Pentium Pro, but the results were more comparable to a Pentium as AMD at the time was not as mature a company as Intel. Later K5 models were given a PR rating, in which they would perform as well as a processor with a higher clock speed at a lower clock speed. K5 processors were not given core names.

Sortable table
Model Lithiography Clock Speed Thermal Design Power TDP to Clock Speed Ratio (W/GHz)
K5 75 350 nm 75 MHz  ??.?? W  ??.??
K5 90 350 nm 90 MHz  ??.?? W  ??.??
K5 PR75 350 nm 75 MHz 11.8 W 157.33
K5 PR90 350 nm 90 MHz 14.3 W 158.89
K5 PR100 350 nm 100 MHz 15.8 W 158
K5 PR120 350 nm 90 MHz 12.6 W 140
K5 PR133 350 nm 100 MHz 14 W 140
K5 PR150 350 nm 116.7 MHz  ??.?? W  ??.??
K5 PR166 350 nm 116.7 MHz 16.4 W 140.53
K5 PR200 350 nm 133 MHz  ??.?? W  ??.??
Athlon[edit]

Released in 1999, the Athlon was AMD's highest performing processor until the introduction of the Athlon XP and was considered a "seventh generation" processor in its time. The Athlon used a double-pumped FSB that ran at either 200 MHz or 266 MHz, or twice as fast as the Pentium III's FSB. But the Athlon and Pentium III both still reached a clock speed barrier of 1.4 GHz, with the Athlon giving off significantly more heat than the Pentium III, yet offering better performance. Athlon processors did not have an actual model number, as did other AMD or Intel processors at the time. The number following the word Athlon represents the processor's clock speed in megahertz.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power TDP to Clock Speed Ratio (W/GHz)
Athlon 500 Argon (250 nm) 500 MHz 42 W 84
Athlon 550 Argon (250 nm) 550 MHz 46 W 83.64
Athlon 600 Argon (250 nm) 600 MHz 50 W 83.33
Athlon 650 Argon (250 nm) 650 MHz 54 W 83.08
Athlon 700 Argon (250 nm) 700 MHz 50 W 71.43
Athlon 550 Argon (250 nm) 550 MHz 46 W 83.64
Athlon 600 Argon (250 nm) 600 MHz 50 W 83.33
Athlon 550 Pluto (180 nm) 550 MHz 31 W 56.36
Athlon 600 Pluto (180 nm) 600 MHz 34 W 56.67
Athlon 650 Pluto (180 nm) 650 MHz 36 W 55.38
Athlon 700 Pluto (180 nm) 700 MHz 39 W 55.71
Athlon 750 Pluto (180 nm) 750 MHz 40 W 53.33
Athlon 800 Pluto (180 nm) 800 MHz 48 W 60
Athlon 850 Pluto (180 nm) 850 MHz 50 W 58.82
Athlon 900 Orion (180 nm) 900 MHz 60 W 66.67
Athlon 950 Orion (180 nm) 950 MHz 62 W 65.26
Athlon 900 Orion (180 nm) 900 MHz 60 W 66.67
Athlon 1000 Orion (180 nm) 1 GHz 62 W 62
Athlon 600 Thunderbird (180 nm) 600 MHz  ??.? W  ??.??
Athlon 650 (Slot A) Thunderbird (180 nm) 650 MHz 36.1 W 55.54
Athlon 650 (Socket A) Thunderbird (180 nm) 650 MHz 36.1 W 55.54
Athlon 700 (Slot A) Thunderbird (180 nm) 700 MHz 38.3 W 54.71
Athlon 700 (Socket A) Thunderbird (180 nm) 700 MHz 38.3 W 54.71
Athlon 750 (Slot A) Thunderbird (180 nm) 750 MHz 40.4 W 53.87
Athlon 750 (Socket A) Thunderbird (180 nm) 750 MHz 40.4 W 53.87
Athlon 800 (Slot A) Thunderbird (180 nm) 800 MHz 42.6 W 53.25
Athlon 800 (Socket A) Thunderbird (180 nm) 800 MHz 42.6 W 53.25
Athlon 850 (Slot A) Thunderbird (180 nm) 850 MHz 44.8 W 52.71
Athlon 850 (Socket A) Thunderbird (180 nm) 850 MHz 44.8 W 52.71
Athlon 900 (Slot A) Thunderbird (180 nm) 900 MHz 49.7 W 55.22
Athlon 900 (Socket A) Thunderbird (180 nm) 900 MHz 49.7 W 55.22
Athlon 950 (Slot A) Thunderbird (180 nm) 950 MHz 52 W 54.74
Athlon 950 (Socket A) Thunderbird (180 nm) 950 MHz 52 W 54.74
Athlon 1000 (Slot A) Thunderbird (180 nm) 1 GHz 54.3 W 54.3
Athlon 1000 (Socket A) Thunderbird (180 nm) 1 GHz 54 W 54
Athlon 1000B Thunderbird (180 nm) 1.2 GHz 54.3 W 54.75
Athlon 1000C Thunderbird (180 nm) 1 GHz 55.1 W 55.1
Athlon 1100B Thunderbird (180 nm) 1.1 GHz 60.3 W 54.82
Athlon 1133C Thunderbird (180 nm) 1.13 GHz 62.1 W 54.96
Athlon 1200B Thunderbird (180 nm) 1.2 GHz 65.7 W 54.75
Athlon 1200C Thunderbird (180 nm) 1.2 GHz 65.7 W 54.75
Athlon 1266C Thunderbird (180 nm) 1.26 GHz 66.9 W 53.1
Athlon 1300B Thunderbird (180 nm) 1.3 GHz 68.3 W 52.54
Athlon 1333C Thunderbird (180 nm) 1.33 GHz 69.8 W 52.48
Athlon 1400B Thunderbird (180 nm) 1.4 GHz 72.1 W 51.5
Athlon 1400C Thunderbird (180 nm) 1.4 GHz 72.1 W 51.5
Athlon XP[edit]

Around this time, AMD gave their processors a name which indicated the equivalent clock speed when measured against the Thunderbird-based Athlon.[3] For example, the Athlon XP 1800+ would, in theory, have offered similar performance to a Thunderbird-based Athlon at clocked at 1.8 GHz despite being clocked at only 1.53 GHz, since it did more per clock cycle.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power TDP to Clock Speed Ratio (W/GHz)
Athlon XP 1500+ Palomino (180 nm) 1.33 GHz 60 W 45.11
Athlon XP 1600+ Palomino (180 nm) 1.4 GHz 62.8 W 44.86
Athlon XP 1700+ Palomino (180 nm) 1.46 GHz 64 W 43.84
Athlon XP 1800+ Palomino (180 nm) 1.53 GHz 66 W 43.14
Athlon XP 1900+ Palomino (180 nm) 1.6 GHz 68 W 42.5
Athlon XP 2000+ Palomino (180 nm) 1.66 GHz 70 W 42.17
Athlon XP 2100+ Palomino (180 nm) 1.73 GHz 72 W 41.62
Athlon XP 1600+ Thoroughbred (130 nm) 1.4 GHz 48.5 W 34.64
Athlon XP 1700+ Thoroughbred (130 nm) 1.46 GHz 49.4 W 33.84
Athlon XP 1800+ Thoroughbred (130 nm) 1.53 GHz 51 W 33.33
Athlon XP 1900+ Thoroughbred (130 nm) 1.6 GHz 52.5 W 32.81
Athlon XP 2000+ Thoroughbred (130 nm) 1.66 GHz 60.3 W 36.33
Athlon XP 2100+ Thoroughbred (130 nm) 1.73 GHz 62.1 W 35.9
Athlon XP 2200+ Thoroughbred (130 nm) 1.8 GHz 67.9 W or 62.8 W 37.72 (67.9 W), 34.89 (62.8 W)
Athlon XP 2400+ Thoroughbred (130 nm) 2.0 GHz 68.3 W 32.84
Athlon XP 2600+ Thoroughbred (130 nm) 2.13 GHz 68.3 W 32.07
Athlon XP 2600+ Thoroughbred (130 nm) 2.08 GHz 68.3 W 32.07
Athlon XP 2700+ Thoroughbred (130 nm) 2.16 GHz 68.3 W 31.62
Athlon XP 2800+ Barton (130 nm) 2.083 GHz  ??.? W  ??.??
Athlon XP 2000+ Thorton (130 nm) 1.66 GHz 60.3 W 36.33
Athlon XP 2200+ Thorton (130 nm) 1.8 GHz 62.8 W 34.89
Athlon XP 3100+ Thorton (130 nm) 2.2 GHz  ??.? W  ??.??
Athlon XP 2500+ Barton (130 nm) 1.83 GHz 68.3 W 37.32
Athlon XP 2600+ Barton (130 nm) 1.91 GHz 68.3 W 35.76
Athlon XP 2700+ Barton (130 nm) 2 GHz 68.3 W 31.62
Athlon XP 2900+ Barton (130 nm) 2 GHz  ??.? W  ??.??
Athlon XP 3000+ Barton (130 nm) 2.16 GHz 74.3 W 34.4
Athlon XP 3200+ Barton (130 nm) 2.2 GHz 76.8 W 34.91
Athlon XP 3200+ Barton (130 nm) 2.33 GHz  ??.? W  ??.?

AMD Athlon 64[edit]

AMD List of AMD Athlon 64 microprocessors[edit]

Sortable table
Model L2 Cache Voltage (V) Power (W) Process (nanometers) Clock Speed to
TDP ratio (MHz/W)
Clawhammer Athlon 64
"All Models" (C0 & CG)
(Socket 754 & 939)
512 KB
or
1 MB
1.50 89 130
Newcastle Athlon 64
"All Models" (CG)
(Socket 754 & 939)
256 KB
or
512 KB
1.50 89 130
Winchester Athlon 64
"All 3 Models" (D0) - (Socket 939)
(3000+, 3200+ and 3500+)
512 KB 1.40 67 90
Newcastle Athlon 64 2800+
(Socket 754 - 1.8 GHz)
512 KB 1.50 89 130 20.2
Venice Athlon 64 3200+
(Socket 939 - 2.0 GHz)
512 KB 1.35 - 1.40 67 90 29,9
Venice Athlon 64 3200+
(Socket 754 - 2.2 GHz)
512 KB 1.40 59 90 37.3
Clawhammer Athlon 64 3000+
(Socket 754 - 2.0 GHz)
512 KB 1.50 89 130 22.5
Clawhammer Athlon 64 3400+
(Socket 754 - 2.4 GHz)
1 MB 1.50 89 130
Winchester Athlon 64 3500+ 512 KB 1.40 67 90
Orleans Athlon 64 3500+ EE SFF 512 KB 1.20 - 1.25 35 90
Lima Athlon 64 3500+ 512 KB 1.20 - 1.35 45 65
Orleans Athlon 64 3800+ 512 KB 1.40 62 90
Lima Athlon 64 3800+ 512 KB 1.25 - 1.40 45 65
Orleans Athlon 64 4000+ 512 KB 1.25 - 1.40 62 90
San Diego Athlon 64 4000+ 1 MB 1.35 89 90
Orleans Athlon 64 LE-1600 (2.2 GHz) 1 MB 1.25 - 1.40 45 90 48.9
Orleans Athlon 64 LE-1620 (2.4 GHz) 1 MB 1.25 - 1.40 45 90 53.3
AMD Athlon 64 X2 / Athlon X2[edit]

AMD Athlon X2 (Socket 939) . . AMD part numbers . . List of AMD MPUs

Sortable table
Core Processor Model Clock Speed L2 Cache Voltage TDP Clock Speed to TDP Ratio (MHz/W)
E6 Athlon 64 X2 4800+ 2400 MHz 2 MB 1.30-1.40 V 110 W 21.8
Athlon 64 X2 4600+ 2400 MHz 1 MB 1.30-1.40 V 110 W 21.8
E6/E6 Athlon 64 X2 4400+ 2200 MHz 2 MB 1.30-1.40 V 89 W/110 W 24.7/20 [12.35/10w @Per Core]
Athlon 64 X2 4200+ 2200 MHz 1 MB 1.30-1.40 V 89 W 24.7
F2 Athlon 64 X2 3800+ 2000 MHz 1 MB 1.20-1.25 V 65 W 30
E4/E6 Athlon 64 X2 3800+ 2000 MHz 1 MB 1.30-1.40 V 89 W/89 W 22.4
G1 Athlon 64 X2 3600+ 1900 MHz 1 MB 1.25V-1.35 V 65 W 29.2 [14.61w @Per Core]

AMD Athlon X2 (Socket AM2)

Sortable table
Core Processor Model Clock Speed L2 Cache Voltage TDP Clock Speed to TDP ratio (MHz/W)
Windsor Athlon 64 X2 3600+ 2000 MHz 512 KB 1.25 V 89 W 22.5
Brisbane Athlon 64 X2 3600+ EE 1900 MHz 1 MB 1.30 V 65 W 29.2
Windsor F2 Athlon 64 X2 3800+ 2000 MHz 1 MB 1.30 - 1.35 V 89 W 22.5
Windsor F2 Athlon 64 X2 3800+ EE 2000 MHz 1 MB 1.20 - 1.25 V 65 W 30.8
Windsor F2 Athlon 64 X2 3800+ EE SFF 2000 MHz 1 MB 1.025 - 1.075 V 35 W 57.1
Windsor F2 Athlon 64 X2 4000+ 2000 MHz 2 MB 1.30 - 1.35 V 89 W 22.5
Windsor F2 Athlon 64 X2 4000+ 2000 MHz 2 MB 1.20 - 1.25 V 65 W 30.8
Brisbane G1 Athlon 64 X2 4000+ 2100 MHz 1 MB 1.25 - 1.35 V 65 W 32.3
Brisbane G2 Athlon 64 X2 4050e 2100 MHz 1 MB 1.15/1.20/1.25 V 45 W 46.7
Brisbane G1 Athlon 64 X2 4200+ EE 2200 MHz 1 MB 1.25/1.30/1.325 V 65 W 33.8
Windsor Athlon 64 X2 4200+ EE 2200 MHz 1 MB 1.20 - 1.25 V 65 W 33.8
Windsor Athlon 64 X2 4200+ 2200 MHz 1 MB 1.30 - 1.35 V 89 W 24.7
Windsor F2 Athlon 64 X2 4400+ 2200 MHz 2 MB 1.20V/1.25 V 65 W 33.8
Windsor F2 Athlon 64 X2 4400+ 2200 MHz 2 MB 1.30V/1.35 V 89 W 24.7
Brisbane G1 Athlon 64 X2 4400+ 2300 MHz 1 MB 1.25/1.35 V 65 W 35.4
Brisbane G2 Athlon 64 X2 4400+ 2300 MHz 1 MB 1.325/1.35/1.375 V 65 W 35.4
Brisbane G2 Athlon 64 X2 4450e 2300 MHz 1 MB 1.15/1.20/1.25 V 45 W 51.1
Brisbane G2 Athlon 64 X2 4600+ EE 2400 MHz 1 MB 1.325/1.35/1.375 V 65 W 36.9
Windsor Athlon 64 X2 4600+ EE 2400 MHz 1 MB 1.20 - 1.25 V 65 W 36.9
Windsor Athlon 64 X2 4600+ 2400 MHz 1 MB 1.30 - 1.35 V 89 W 27.0
Windsor F2 Athlon 64 X2 4800+ 2400 MHz 2 MB 1.20 - 1.25 V 65 W 36.9
Windsor F2 Athlon 64 X2 4800+ 2400 MHz 2 MB 1.30 - 1.35 V 89 W 27.0
Brisbane G1 Athlon 64 X2 4800+ 2500 MHz 1 MB 1.25V - 1.35 V 65 W 38.5
Brisbane G2 Athlon 64 X2 4800+ 2500 MHz 1 MB 1.325 - 1.375V 65 W 38.5
Brisbane G2 Athlon 64 X2 4850e 2500 MHz 1 MB 1.15/1.20/1.25 V 45 W 55.6
Brisbane Athlon 64 X2 5000+ 2600 MHz 1 MB 1.25 - 1.35 V 65 W 40.0
Brisbane Athlon 64 X2 5000+ Black Edition 2600 MHz 1 MB 1.25 - 1.35 V 65 W 40.0
Windsor Athlon 64 X2 5000+ EE 2600 MHz 1 MB 1.20 - 1.25 V 65 W 40.0
Windsor Athlon 64 X2 5000+ 2600 MHz 1 MB 1.30 - 1.35 V 89 W 29.2
Windsor F3 Athlon 64 X2 5200+ EE 2600 MHz 2 MB 1.20 - 1.25 V 65 W 40.0
Windsor F2 Athlon 64 X2 5200+ 2600 MHz 2 MB 1.30 - 1.35 V 89 W 29.2
Brisbane G2 Athlon 64 X2 5200+ 2700 MHz 1 MB 1.325/1.35/1.375 V 65 W 41.5
Windsor F3 Athlon 64 X2 5400+ 2800 MHz 1 MB 1.30 - 1.35 V 89 W 31.5
Brisbane G2 Athlon 64 X2 5400+ 2800 MHz 1 MB 1.325V - 1.375 V 65 W 43.1
Windsor F3 Athlon 64 X2 5600+ 2800 MHz 2 MB 1.30-1.35 V 89W 40.6
Brisbane G2 Athlon 64 X2 5600+ 2900 MHz 1 MB 1.30-1.35 V 65 W 44.6
Windsor F3 Athlon 64 X2 6000+ 3000 MHz 2 MB 1.35 - 1.40 V 125 W 24.0
Brisbane G2 Athlon 64 X2 6000+ EE 3100 MHz 1 MB 1.30 - 1.35 V 89 W 34.8
Windsor F3 Athlon 64 X2 6400+ Black Edition 3200 MHz 2 MB 1.35 - 1.40 V 125 W 25.6

AMD Athlon X2 . . AMD part numbers . . List of AMD MPUs

Sortable table
Core Processor Model Clock Speed L2 Cache Voltage Socket TDP TDP to Clock Speed Ratio (MHz/W) Release
Brisbane G2 Athlon X2 BE-2400 2300 MHz 2x512 KB 1.25V AM2 45 W 19.56 [9.78w Per Core] Oct-2007
Brisbane G1 Athlon X2 BE-2350 2100 MHz 2x512 KB 1.25V AM2 45 W 21.42 [10.71w Per core] June-2007
Brisbane G1 Athlon X2 BE-2300 1900 MHz 2x512 KB 1.25V AM2 45 W 23.68 [11.84w Per Core] June-2007
Athlon 64 FX[edit]

Introduced at the same time as the Athlon 64, the Athlon FX was (and still is) one of AMD's most expensive consumer processors, with some models costing over $1000. The two-digit model number on the Athlon 64 FX cannot be used to compare it to an Intel or AMD processor. Models FX-60, FX-62, FX-70, FX-72 and FX-74 are dual-core and the rest are single-core. The Athlon FX competed primarily with Intel's Pentium 4 Extreme Edition and dual-core Pentium Extreme Edition. The dual-core Athlon FX models were eligible for AMD's Quad FX platform, which pair two Athlon FX processors on a single motherboard to yield four total processing cores.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power TDP to Clock Speed Ratio (W/GHz)
Athlon 64 FX-51 SledgeHammer (130 nm) 2.2 GHz 89 W 40.45
Athlon 64 FX-53 SledgeHammer (130 nm) 2.4 GHz 89 W 37.08
Athlon 64 FX-53 ClawHammer (130 nm) 2.4 GHz 89 W 37.08
Athlon 64 FX-55 ClawHammer (130 nm) 2.6 GHz 104 W 40
Athlon 64 FX-55 San Diego (90 nm) 2.6 GHz 104 W 40
Athlon 64 FX-57 San Diego (90 nm) 2.8 GHz 104 W 37.14
Athlon 64 FX-60 Toledo (90 nm) 2.6 GHz 110 W 42.31 [21.15 Per Core]
Athlon 64 FX-62 Windsor (90 nm) 2.8 GHz 125 W 44.64 [22.32 Per Core]
Athlon 64 FX-70 Windsor (90 nm) 2.6 GHz 125 W 48.08 [24.04 Per Core]
Athlon 64 FX-72 Windsor (90 nm) 2.8 GHz 125 W 44.64 [22.32 Per Core]
Athlon 64 FX-74 Windsor (90 nm) 3 GHz 125 W 41.67 [20.83 Per Core]
Athlon X2 (K10-based)[edit]

With the launch of the Phenom line, the Athlon line was repositioned as a mainstream brand, instead of being positioned as a mainstream and high-end brand since the introduction of the original Athlon in 1999. The Athlon X2 differs from the Phenom by lacking an L3 Cache.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power TDP to Clock Speed Ratio (W/GHz)
Athlon X2 6500 Kuma (65 nm) 2.3 GHz  ?? W  ??.??
Athlon X2 7450 Kuma (65 nm) 2.4 GHz 95 W 39.58
Athlon X2 7550 Kuma (65 nm) 2.5 GHz 95 W 38
Athlon X2 7750 Kuma (65 nm) 2.7 GHz 95 W 35.19
Athlon X2 7750 Black Edition Kuma (65 nm) 2.7 GHz 95 W 35.19
Athlon X2 7850 Kuma (65 nm) 2.8 GHz 95 W 33.93
Athlon X2 5000+ (45 nm) 2.2 GHz 65 W 29.55
Phenom[edit]

Released in 2007, the Phenom was AMD's highest-end line of processors until the launch of the Phenom II. They were AMD's first processors to be based on the K10 microarchitecture, so they introduced a plethora of new features, including 2 MB of L3 Cache, a faster HyperTransport link, a 128-bit FPU, an integrated memory controller that supports DDR2-1066 (PC2-8500) memory and were manufactured at a 65 nm process for the first time. AMD claims the Phenom X4 to be the first "true" quad-core processor, because it uses a monolithic die design rather than the multi-chip-module design used by the Core 2 Quad and quad-core Core 2 Extreme processors. Suffixes: B=Business class, e=energy efficient, Black Edition=unlocked clock multiplier.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power TDP to Clock Speed Ratio (W/GHz)
Phenom X3 8250e Toliman (65 nm) 1.9 GHz 65 W 34.21 [11.40 Per Core]
Phenom X3 8400 Toliman (65 nm) 2.1 GHz 95 W 45.24
Phenom X3 8450e Toliman (65 nm) 2.1 GHz 65 W 30.95 [10.31 Per Core]
Phenom X3 8450 Toliman (65 nm) 2.1 GHz 95 W 45.24
Phenom X3 8550 Toliman (65 nm) 2.2 GHz 95 W 43.18
Phenom X3 8600 Toliman (65 nm) 2.3 GHz 95 W 41.3
Phenom X3 8650 Toliman (65 nm) 2.3 GHz 95 W 41.3
Phenom X3 8750 Toliman (65 nm) 2.4 GHz 95 W 39.58
Phenom X3 8750 Black Edition Toliman (65 nm) 2.4 GHz 95 W 39.58
Phenom X3 8850 Toliman (65 nm) 2.5 GHz 95 W 38
Phenom X3 8600B Toliman (65 nm) 2.3 GHz 95 W 41.3
Phenom X3 8750B Toliman (65 nm) 2.4 GHz 95 W 39.58
Phenom X4 9100e Agena (65 nm) 1.8 GHz 65 W 36.11
Phenom X4 9150e Agena (65 nm) 1.8 GHz 65 W 36.11
Phenom X4 9350e Agena (65 nm) 2 GHz 65 W 32.5
Phenom X4 9450e Agena (65 nm) 2.1 GHz 65 W 30.95 [7.74 Per Core]
Phenom X4 9500 Agena (65 nm) 2.2 GHz 95 W 43.18
Phenom X4 9550 Agena (65 nm) 2.2 GHz 95 W 43.18
Phenom X4 9600 Agena (65 nm) 2.3 GHz 95 W 41.3
Phenom X4 9600 Black Edition Agena (65 nm) 2.3 GHz 95 W 41.3
Phenom X4 9650 Agena (65 nm) 2.3 GHz 95 W 41.3
Phenom X4 9700 Agena (65 nm) 2.4 GHz 125 W 52.08
Phenom X4 9750 Agena (65 nm) 2.4 GHz 125 W or 95 W 52.08 (125 W), 39.58 (95 W)
Phenom X4 9850 Agena (65 nm) 2.5 GHz 125 W or 95 W 50 [12.5w Per Core](125 W), 38 [9.4w Per Core](95 W)
Phenom X4 9850 Black Edition Agena (65 nm) 2.5 GHz 125 W 50 [12.5w Per Core]
Phenom X4 9950 Black Edition Agena (65 nm) 2.6 GHz 140 W or 125 W 53.85 (140 W), 48.08 (125 W)
Phenom X4 9600B Agena (65 nm) 2.3 GHz 95 W 41.3
Phenom X4 9750B Agena (65 nm) 2.4 GHz 95 W 39.58 [9.89w Per Core]
Athlon II[edit]

The Athlon II adds triple- and quad-core processors to the initial dual-core Athlon X2 line. Suffixes: e=energy efficient.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power TDP to Clock Speed Ratio (W/GHz) TDP to Core x Clock Speed Ratio (W/GHz/Core)
Athlon II 160u Regor (45 nm) 1.8 GHz 20 W 11.11 11.11
Athlon II 170u Regor (45 nm) 2.0 GHz 20 W 10.00 10.00
Athlon II X2 250u Regor (45 nm) 1.6 GHz 25 W 15.63 7.81
Athlon II X2 260u Regor (45 nm) 1.8 GHz 25 W 13.88 6.94
Athlon II X2 270u Regor (45 nm) 2.0 GHz 25 W 12.50 6.25
Athlon II X2 210e Regor (45 nm) 2.6 GHz 45 W 17.31 8.65
Athlon II X2 215 Regor (45 nm) 2.7 GHz 65 W 24.07 12.04
Athlon II X2 220 Regor (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 65 W 23.21 11.61
Athlon II X2 235e Regor (45 nm) 2.7 GHz 45 W 16.67 8.33
Athlon II X2 240 Regor (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 65 W 23.21 11.61
Athlon II X2 240e Regor (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 45 W 16.07 8.04
Athlon II X2 245 Regor (45 nm) 2.9 GHz 65 W 22.41 11.21
Athlon II X2 245e Regor (45 nm) 2.9 GHz 45 W 15.52 7.76
Athlon II X2 250 Regor (45 nm) 3.0 GHz 65 W 21.67 10.83
Athlon II X2 250e Regor (45 nm) 3.0 GHz 45 W 15.00 7.50
Athlon II X2 255 Regor (45 nm) 3.1 GHz 65 W 20.97 10.48
Athlon II X2 260 Regor (45 nm) 3.2 GHz 65 W 20.31 10.16
Athlon II X2 265 Regor (45 nm) 3.3 GHz 65 W 19.67 9.85
Athlon II X2 270 Regor (45 nm) 3.4 GHz 65 W 19.12 9.56
Athlon II X3 400e Rana (45 nm) 2.2 GHz 45 W 20.46 6.82
Athlon II X3 405e Rana (45 nm) 2.3 GHz 45 W 19.57 6.52
Athlon II X3 415e Rana (45 nm) 2.5 GHz 45 W 18.00 6.00
Athlon II X3 420e Rana (45 nm) 2.6 GHz 45 W 17.31 5.77
Athlon II X3 425 Rana (45 nm) 2.7 GHz 95 W 35.19 11.73
Athlon II X3 435 Rana (45 nm) 2.9 GHz 95 W 32.76 10.92
Athlon II X3 440 Rana (45 nm) 3.0 GHz 95 W 31.66 10.56
Athlon II X3 445 Rana (45 nm) 3.1 GHz 95 W 30.65 10.22
Athlon II X3 450 Rana (45 nm) 3.2 GHz 95 W 29.69 9.90
Athlon II X3 455 Rana (45 nm) 3.3 GHz 95 W 28.79 9.60
Athlon II X4 600e Propus (45 nm) 2.2 GHz 45 W 20.46 5.11
Athlon II X4 605e Propus (45 nm) 2.3 GHz 45 W 19.57 4.89
Athlon II X4 610e Propus (45 nm) 2.4 GHz 45 W 18.75 4.69
Athlon II X4 615e Propus (45 nm) 2.5 GHz 45 W 18.00 4.50
Athlon II X4 620 Propus (45 nm) 2.6 GHz 95 W 36.54 9.13
Athlon II X4 630 Propus (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 95 W 33.93 8.48
Athlon II X4 635 Propus (45 nm) 2.9 GHz 95 W 32.76 8.19
Athlon II X4 640 Propus (45 nm) 3.0 GHz 95 W 31.67 7.92
Athlon II X4 645 Propus (45 nm) 3.1 GHz 95 W 30.65 7.66
Athlon II X4 650 Propus (45 nm) 3.2 GHz 95 W 29.69 7.42
Phenom II[edit]

The Phenom II is AMD's current high-end line of processors. The Phenom II models are a 45 nm die shrink of the original Phenom, so they reach higher clock speeds while keeping the same TDP. Also, a dual-core variant has been added to the Phenom II line. The Phenom II's memory controller supports up to DDR3-1333 (PC3-10600) memory and they have 4 MB or 6 MB of L3 cache, but they lack the SSE4.2 instruction set found in the Core i7. Prefixies/Suffixes: B=Business class, e=energy efficient, Black Edition=unlocked clock multiplier. Socket changed to AM3 with DDR3 RAM Speed; while still compatible with AM2+ motherboard with DDR2 memory.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power TDP to Clock Speed Ratio (W/GHz) TDP to Core x Clock Speed Ratio (W/GHz/Core)
Phenom II X2 545 Callisto (45 nm) 3 GHz 80 W 26.67 13.33
Phenom II X2 550 Callisto (45 nm) 3.1 GHz 80 W 25.81 12.90
Phenom II X2 555 Callisto (45 nm) 3.2 GHz 80 W 25.00 12.50
Phenom II X2 560 Callisto (45 nm) 3.3 GHz 80 W 24.24 12.12
Phenom II X2 565 Callisto (45 nm) 3.4 GHz 80 W 23.53 11.76
Phenom II X2 B53 Callisto (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 80 W 28.57 14.29
Phenom II X2 B50 Callisto (45 nm) 3.0 GHz 80 W 26.67 13.33
Phenom II X2 B55 Callisto (45 nm) 3.2 GHz 80 W 26.67 13.00
Phenom II X2 B57 Callisto (45 nm) 3.2 GHz 80 W 25.00 12.50
Phenom II X3 700e Heka (45 nm) 2.4 GHz 65 W 27.08 9.03
Phenom II X3 705e Heka (45 nm) 2.5 GHz 65 W 26 8.67
Phenom II X3 710 Heka (45 nm) 2.6 GHz 95 W 36.54 12.18
Phenom II X3 715 Black Edition Heka (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 95 W 33.93 11.31
Phenom II X3 720 Heka (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 95 W 33.93 11.31
Phenom II X3 720 Black Edition Heka (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 95 W 33.93 11.31
Phenom II X3 740 Black Edition Heka (45 nm) 3.0 GHz 95 W 31.67 10.56
Phenom II X3 B73 Heka (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 95 W 33.93 11.31
Phenom II X3 B75 Heka (45 nm) 3.0 GHz 95 W 31.67 10.56
Phenom II X3 B77 Heka (45 nm) 3.2 GHz 95 W 29.69 9.90
Phenom II X4 805 Deneb (45 nm) 2.5 GHz 95 W 38.00 9.50
Phenom II X4 810 Deneb (45 nm) 2.6 GHz 95 W 36.54 9.13
Phenom II X4 820 Deneb (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 95 W 33.93 8.48
Phenom II X4 830(OEM) Deneb (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 95 W 33.93 8.48
Phenom II X4 900e Deneb (45 nm) 2.4 GHz 65 W 27.08 6.77
Phenom II X4 905e Deneb (45 nm) 2.5 GHz 65 W 26.00 6.50
Phenom II X4 910 Deneb (45 nm) 2.6 GHz 95 W 36.54 9.13
Phenom II X4 910e Deneb (45 nm) 2.6 GHz 65 W 25.00 6.25
Phenom II X4 920 Deneb (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 125 W 44.64 11.16
Phenom II X4 925 Deneb (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 95 W 33.93 8.48
Phenom II X4 945 Deneb (45 nm) 3.0 GHz 125 W 41.67 10.42
Phenom II X4 945 Deneb (45 nm) 3.0 GHz 95 W 31.67 7.92
Phenom II X4 955 Deneb (45 nm) 3.2 GHz 125 W 39.06 9.77
Phenom II X4 955 Deneb (45 nm) 3.2 GHz 95 W 29.69 7.42
Phenom II X4 940 Black Edition Deneb (45 nm) 3 GHz 125 W 41.67 10.42
Phenom II X4 955 Black Edition Deneb (45 nm) 3.2 GHz 125 W 39.06 9.77
Phenom II X4 965 Black Edition Deneb (45 nm) 3.4 GHz 125 W 36.76 9.19
Phenom II X4 965 Black Edition Deneb (45 nm) 3.4 GHz 140 W 41.18 10.29
Phenom II X4 970 Black Edition Deneb (45 nm) 3.5 GHz 125 W 35.71 8.93
Phenom II X4 B93 Deneb (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 95 W 33.93 8.48
Phenom II X4 B95 Deneb (45 nm) 3.0 GHz 95 W 31.67 7.92
Phenom II X4 B97 Deneb (45 nm) 3.2 GHz 95 W 29.69 7.42
Phenom II X6 1035T Thuban (45 nm) 2.6 GHz 95 W 36.54 6.10
Phenom II X6 1045T Thuban (45 nm) 2.7 GHz 95 W 35.19 5.86
Phenom II X6 1055T Thuban (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 125 W 44.64 7.44
Phenom II X6 1055T Thuban (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 95 W 33.93 5.65
Phenom II X6 1065T Thuban (45 nm) 2.9 GHz 95 W 32.76 5.46
Phenom II X6 1075T Thuban (45 nm) 3.0 GHz 125 W 41.66 6.94
Phenom II X6 1090T Black Edition Thuban (45 nm) 3.2 GHz 125 W 39.06 6.51
Phenom II X6 1100T Black Edition Thuban (45 nm) 3.3 GHz 125 W 37.88 6.31
Duron[edit]

The Duron was released in 2000 as a lower-end alternative to the high-performance Athlon. The Duron had only 64 KB of L2 cache, but used the same double-pumped EV6 bus as the Athlon. The Duron however, did not use the Slot A package as the Athlon. AMD later replaced the Duron with the Sempron.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power TDP to Clock Speed Ratio (W/GHz)
Duron 600 Spitfire (180 nm) 600 MHz 27.4 W 45.67
Duron 650 Spitfire (180 nm) 650 MHz 29.4 W 45.23
Duron 700 Spitfire (180 nm) 700 MHz 31.4 W 44.86
Duron 750 Spitfire (180 nm) 750 MHz 33.4 W 44.53
Duron 800 Spitfire (180 nm) 800 MHz 35.4 W 44.25
Duron 850 Spitfire (180 nm) 850 MHz 37.4 W 44
Duron 900 Spitfire (180 nm) 900 MHz 39.5 W 43.89
Duron 950 Spitfire (180 nm) 950 MHz 41.5 W 43.68
Duron 900 Morgan (180 nm) 900 MHz 42.7 W 47.44
Duron 1000 Morgan (180 nm) 1 GHz 46.1 W 46.1
Duron 1100 Morgan (180 nm) 1.1 GHz 50.3 W 45.73
Duron 1200 Morgan (180 nm) 1.2 GHz 54.7 W 45.58
Duron 1300 Morgan (180 nm) 1.3 GHz 60 W 46.15
Duron 1400 Morgan (180 nm) 1.4 GHz  ??.?? W  ??.??
Duron 1400 Applebred (130 nm) 1.4 GHz 57 W 38.57
Duron 1600 Applebred (130 nm) 1.6 GHz 57 W 35.63
Duron 1800 Applebred (130 nm) 1.8 GHz 57 W 31.67
Sempron (K10-based)[edit]

While these Semprons are based on the K10 microarchitecture like the Athlon, Athlon II, Phenom and Phenom II, they do not have an L3 cache and are only have one active core because the Sempron is still a low-end line. The Sempron 140 is actually a dual-core processor with one core disabled. Overclockers have managed to reactivate the second core and overclock the processor.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power TDP to Clock Speed Ratio (W/GHz)
Sempron 130 Sargas (45 nm) 2.6 GHz 45 W 17.31
Sempron 140 Sargas (45 nm) 2.7 GHz 45 W 16.67
Sempron 145 Sargas (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 45 W 16.07
Sempron 150 Sargas (45 nm) 2.9 GHz 45 W 15,52

Mobile[edit]

Mobile Athlon 4[edit]

The Mobile Athlon 4 was the first mobile version of the Athlon XP. Mobile Athlon 4 models clocked below 1.3 GHz do not have a model number.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power TDP to Clock Speed Ratio (W/GHz)
Mobile Athlon 4 850 Palomino (180 nm) 850 MHz 22 W 25.88
Mobile Athlon 4 900 Palomino (180 nm) 900 MHz 24 W 26.67
Mobile Athlon 4 950 Palomino (180 nm) 950 MHz 24 W 25.26
Mobile Athlon 4 1000 Palomino (180 nm) 1 GHz 25 W 25
Mobile Athlon 4 1000 Palomino (180 nm) 1 GHz 35 W 35
Mobile Athlon 4 1100 Palomino (180 nm) 1.1 GHz 25 W 22.73
Mobile Athlon 4 1100 Palomino (180 nm) 1.1 GHz 35 W 31.82
Mobile Athlon 4 1200 Palomino (180 nm) 1.2 GHz 25 W 20.83
Mobile Athlon 4 1200 Palomino (180 nm) 1.2 GHz 35 W 29.17
Mobile Athlon 4 1500+ Palomino (180 nm) 1.3 GHz 35 W 26.92
Mobile Athlon 4 1600+ Palomino (180 nm) 1.4 GHz 35 W 25
AMD Turion 64[edit]
Sortable table
Model Clock Speed Volts TDP Clock Speed to Power ratio (MHz/W)
Turion 64 ML-28 1600 MHz 1.35V 35 W 45.7
Turion 64 ML-30 1600 MHz 1.35V 35 W 45.7
Turion 64 ML-32 1800 MHz 1.35V 35 W 51.4
Turion 64 ML-34 1800 MHz 1.35V 35 W 51.4
Turion 64 ML-37 2000 MHz 1.35V 35 W 57.1
Turion 64 ML-40 2200 MHz 1.35V 35 W 62.9
Turion 64 ML-42 2400 MHz 1.35V 35 W 68.6
Turion 64 ML-44 2400 MHz 1.35V 35 W 68.6
Turion 64 MK-36 2000 MHz 1.15V 31 W 64.5
Turion 64 MK-38 2200 MHz 1.15V 31 W 71.0
Turion 64 MT-28 1600 MHz 1.20V 25 W 64.0
Turion 64 MT-30 1600 MHz 1.20V 25 W 64.0
Turion 64 MT-32 1800 MHz 1.20V 25 W 72.0
Turion 64 MT-34 1800 MHz 1.20V 25 W 72.0
Turion 64 MT-37 2000 MHz 1.20V 25 W 80.0
Turion 64 MT-40 2200 MHz 1.20V 25 W 88.0
Turion II[edit]

Launched in 2009, the Turion II processors are the first mobile processors to use the K10 microarchitecture and are a 45 nm die shrink of the Turion 64 X2 and Turion 64 X2 Ultra. Unlike the desktop Phenom processors based on the K10 microarchitecture, these models don't have an L3 cache, but have 1 MB or 2 MB of L2 cache.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed TDP TDP to Clock Speed Ratio (W/GHz)
Turion II M500 Caspian (45 nm) 2.2 GHz 35 W 15.91
Turion II M520 Caspian (45 nm) 2.3 GHz 35 W 15.22
Turion II M540 Caspian (45 nm) 2.4 GHz 35 W 14.58
Turion II Ultra M600 Caspian (45 nm) 2.4 GHz 35 W 14.58
Turion II Ultra M620 Caspian (45 nm) 2.5 GHz 35 W 14
Turion II Ultra M640 Caspian (45 nm) 2.6 GHz 35 W 13.46
Turion II Ultra M660 Caspian (45 nm) 2.7 GHz 35 W 12.96
Sempron[edit]

The Sempron replaced the aging Duron processor line.

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed TDP TDP to Clock Speed Ratio (W/GHz)
Sempron 2200+ Thoroughbred (130 nm) 1.5 GHz 62 W 41.33
Sempron 2300+ Thoroughbred (130 nm) 1.58 GHz 62 W 39.24
Sempron 2400+ Thoroughbred (130 nm) 1.66 GHz 62 W 37.35
Sempron 2500+ Thoroughbred (130 nm) 1.75 GHz 62 W 35.43
Sempron 2600+ Thoroughbred (130 nm) 1.83 GHz 62 W 33.88
Sempron 2800+ Thoroughbred (130 nm) 2 GHz 62 W 31
Sempron 2200+ Thortan (130 nm) 1.5 GHz 62 W 41.33
Sempron 2400+ Thortan (130 nm) 1.66 GHz  ??.?? W  ??.??
Sempron 2600+ Thortan (130 nm) 1.83 GHz  ??.?? W  ??.??
Sempron 2800+ Thortan (130 nm) 2 GHz 62 W 31
Sempron 3000+ Barton (130 nm) 2 GHz 62 W 31
Sempron 3300+ Barton (130 nm) 2.2 GHz 64 W 29.01
AMD Sempron 64[edit]
Sortable table
Model Clock Speed Thermal Design Power Clock Speed to TDP (MHz/W)
2500+ (Socket 754) 1400 MHz 62 W 22.6
AMD Sempron[edit]
Sortable table
Model Clock Speed Thermal Design Power Clock Speed to TDP (W/GHz)
200U 1.0 GHz 8 W 8
200U 1.5 GHz 15 W 10
AMD V series[edit]
Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power TDP to Clock Speed Ratio (W/GHz) TDP to Core x Clock Speed Ratio (W/GHz/Core)
V 105 Geneva (45 nm) 1.2 GHz 9 W 7.5 7.5
V 120 Champlain (45 nm) 2.2 GHz 25 W 11.36 5.68
V 140 Champlain (45 nm) 2.3 GHz 25 W 11.87 5.43
AMD Athlon II[edit]
Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Athlon II K125 Geneva (45 nm) 1.7 GHz 12 W
Athlon II K325 Geneva (45 nm) 1.3 GHz 12 W
Athlon II P320 Champlain (45 nm) 2.1 GHz 25 W
Athlon II P340 Champlain (45 nm) 2.2 GHz 25 W
Athlon II N330 Champlain (45 nm) 2.3 GHz 35 W
Athlon II N350 Champlain (45 nm) 2.4 GHz 35 W
AMD Turion II[edit]
Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Turion II K625 Geneva (45 nm) 1.5 GHz 15 W
Turion II K645 Geneva (45 nm) 1.6 GHz 15 W
Turion II K665 Geneva (45 nm) 1.7 GHz 15 W
Turion II K685 Geneva (45 nm) 1.8 GHz 15 W
Turion II P520 Champlain (45 nm) 2.3 GHz 25 W
Turion II P540 Champlain (45 nm) 2.4 GHz 25 W
Turion II P560 Champlain (45 nm) 2.5 GHz 25 W
Turion II N530 Champlain (45 nm) 2.5 GHz 35 W
Turion II N550 Champlain (45 nm) 2.6 GHz 35 W
AMD Phenom II[edit]
Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power
Phenom II P650 Champlain (45 nm) 2.6 GHz 25 W
Phenom II N620 Champlain (45 nm) 2.8 GHz 35 W
Phenom II N640 Champlain (45 nm) 2.9 GHz 35 W
Phenom II N660 Champlain (45 nm) 3.0 GHz 35 W
Phenom II X620 BE Champlain (45 nm) 3.1 GHz 45 W
Phenom II P820 Champlain (45 nm) 1.8 GHz 25 W
Phenom II P840 Champlain (45 nm) 1.9 GHz 25 W
Phenom II N830 Champlain (45 nm) 2.1 GHz 35 W
Phenom II N850 Champlain (45 nm) 2.2 GHz 35 W
Phenom II P920 Champlain (45 nm) 1.6 GHz 25 W
Phenom II P940 Champlain (45 nm) 1.7 GHz 25 W
Phenom II P960 Champlain (45 nm) 1.8 GHz 25 W
Phenom II N930 Champlain (45 nm) 2.0 GHz 35 W
Phenom II N950 Champlain (45 nm) 2.1 GHz 35 W
Phenom II N970 Champlain (45 nm) 2.2 GHz 35 W
Phenom II X920 BE Champlain (45 nm) 2.3 GHz 45 W
Phenom II X940 Champlain (45 nm) 2.4 GHz 45 W

Oracle / Sun processors[edit]

Sparc V9[edit]

Sortable table
Model Core Clock Speed Thermal Design Power TDP to Clock Speed Ratio (W/GHz) TDP to Core x Clock Speed Ratio (W/GHz/Core) TDP to Thread x Clock Speed Ratio (W/GHz/Physical Thread)
UltraSPARC IIe Hummingbird 500 MHz 13 W - - -
UltraSPARC IIi Phantom 650 MHz 17.6 W - - -
UltraSPARC III Cheetah 600 MHz 53 W - - -
UltraSPARC III Cu Cheetah+ 1.015 GHz 80 W - - -
UltraSPARC IIIi Jalapeño 1.593 GHz 52 W - - -
UltraSPARC IV Jaguar 1.35 GHz 108 W - - -
UltraSPARC IV+ Panther 1.8 GHz 90 W - - -
UltraSPARC T1 Niagara 1.4 GHz 72 W 51.42 W 12.85 W 1.60 W
UltraSPARC T2 Niagara 2 1.6 GHz 95 W 59.37 W 7.42 W 0.92 W
SPARC T3 Rainbow Falls 1.65 GHz 139 W 84.24 W 10.53 W 0.65 W
SPARC T4 Yosemite Falls 3.0 GHz 240 W 80 W 10 W 1.25 W

VIA processors[edit]

Via C3[edit]

Sortable table
Model Clock Speed Power
Nehemiah 1000 MHz 11.25 W

VIA Eden-N[edit]

Sortable table
Model Clock Speed Power
Eden-N 533 MHz 4 W
Eden-N 800 MHz 6 W
Eden-N 1000 MHz 7 W

Via C7[edit]

Sortable table
Model Clock Speed Power
C7 Esther 1500 MHz 12 W
C7 Esther 2000 MHz 20 W
C7-D Esther 1800 MHz 20 W

VIA Eden ULV[edit]

Sortable table
Model Clock Speed Power
Eden ULV 500 MHz 1 W
Eden ULV 1000 MHz 3.5 W
Eden ULV 1500 MHz 7.5 W

VIA Luke[edit]

Sortable table
Model Clock Speed Power
Luke 533 MHz 6 W
Luke 800 MHz 8 W
Luke 1000 MHz 10 W

Lists of Intel processors[edit]

Lists of AMD processors[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]