List of Intel Pentium 4 processors

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The Pentium 4 is a seventh-generation CPU from Intel targeted at the consumer market. It is based on the NetBurst microarchitecture.

Desktop processors[edit]

Pentium 4[edit]

Willamette (180 nm)[edit]

Model number sSpec number Frequency L2 cache FSB speed Clock multiplier Voltage range TDP Socket Release date Part number(s) Release price (USD)
Pentium 4 1.3 SL4SF (B2)
SL4QD (B2)
SL5GC (C1)
SL5FW (C1)
1.3 GHz 256 KB 400 MT/s 13× 1.605-1.75 V 48.9 W
51.6 W
Socket 423 January 3, 2001 80528PC013G0K
YD80528PC013G0K
$409[1]
Pentium 4 1.4 SL4SG (B2)
SL4SC (B2)
SL4X2 (C1)
SL4WS (C1)
1.4 GHz 14× 1.600-1.75 V 51.8 W
54.7 W
November 20, 2000 80528PC017G0K
YD80528PC017G0K
$644[2]
Pentium 4 1.5 SL4SH (B2)
SL4TY (B2)
SL4WT (C1)
SL4X3 (C1)
SL5SX (D0)
SL5TN (D0)
1.5 GHz 15× 1.605-1.75 V 54.7 W
57.8 W
November 20, 2000 80528PC021G0K
YD80528PC021G0K
RN80528PC021G0K
$819[2]
Pentium 4 1.6 SL4WU (C1)
SL4X4 (C1)
SL5UL (D0)
SL5VL (D0)
1.6 GHz 16× 1.590-1.75 V 61 W July 2, 2001 YD80528PC025G0K
RN80528PC025G0K
$294[3]
Pentium 4 1.7 SL57V (C1)
SL57W (C1)
SL5SY (D0)
SL5TP (D0)
1700 MHz 17× 1.580-1.75 V 64 W April 23, 2001 YD80528PC029G0K
RN80528PC029G0K
$352[4]
Pentium 4 1.8 SL4WV (C1)
SL4X5 (C1)
SL5UM (D0)
SL5VM (D0)
1.8 GHz 18× 1.575-1.75 V 66.7 W July 2, 2001 YD80528PC033G0K
RN80528PC033G0K
$562[3]
Pentium 4 1.9 SL5VN (D0)
SL5WH (D0)
1.9 GHz 19× 1.570-1.75V  69.2 W August 27, 2001 RN80528PC037G0K $375[5]
Pentium 4 2.0 SL5SZ (D0)
SL5TQ (D0)
2.0 GHz 20× 1.560-1.75 V 71.8 W RN80528PC041G0K $562[5]
Pentium 4 1.4 SL5N7 (C1)
SL59U (C1)
SL5TG (D0)
SL5UE (D0)
1.4 GHz 14× 1.600-1.75 V 55.3 W Socket 478 RK80531PC017G0K $133
Pentium 4 1.5 SL59V (C1)
SL5N8 (C1)
SL5TJ (D0)
SL5UF (D0)
SL62Y (D0)
SL6BA (E0)
1.5 GHz 15× 1.605-1.75 V 57.9 W
62.9 W
RK80531PC021G0K
RK80531PC021256
$133
Pentium 4 1.6 SL5US (B2)
SL5UW (C1)
SL5UJ (D0)
SL5VH (D0)
SL6BC (E0)
SL679 (E0)
1.6 GHz 16× 1.590-1.75 V 60.8 W RK80531PC025G0K
RK80531PC025256
$163
Pentium 4 1.7 SL5N9 (C1)
SL59X (C1)
SL5TK (D0)
SL5UG (D0)
SL62Z (D0)
SL6BD (E0)
SL67A (E0)
1.7 GHz 17× 1.580-1.75 V 63.5 W
67.7 W
RK80531PC029G0K
RK80531PC029256
$193
Pentium 4 1.8 SL5UT (C1)
SL5UV (C1)
SL5UK (D0)
SL5VJ (D0)
SL6BE (E0)
SL67B (E0)
1.8 GHz 18× 1.575-1.75 V 66.1 W RK80531PC033G0K
RK80531PC033256
$256
Pentium 4 1.9 SL5VK (D0)
SL5WG (D0)
SL6BF (D0)
SL67C (E0)
1.9 GHz 19× 1.570-1.75 V 72.8 W RK80531PC037G0K
RK80531PC037256
$375[5]
Pentium 4 2.0 SL5TL (D0)
SL5UH (D0)
2.0 GHz 20× 1.560-1.75 V 75.3 W RK80531PC041G0K $562[5]

Northwood (130 nm)[edit]

  • Intel Family 15 Model 2
  • All models support: MMX, SSE, SSE2
  • Model SL68R has box version only, supplied with unattached fan heatsink.
  • Transistors: 55 million
  • Die size: 146 mm2 (B0 pre-shrink) and 131 mm2 (B0 Shrink, C1, D1)[6][7][a]
  • Steppings: B0, C1, D1, M0
Model number sSpec number Frequency L2 cache FSB speed Multiplier Voltage range TDP Socket Release date Part number(s) Release price (USD)
Pentium 4 1.6A SL62S (B0)
SL6E3 (B0 Shrink)
1.6 GHz 512 KB 400 MT/s 16× 1.475 V 38 W Socket 478 January 7, 2002 RK80534PC025512
SL668 (B0) 46.8 W BX80532PC1600D
Pentium 4 1.8A SL63X (B0)
SL62P (B0)
SL68Q (B0)
SL66Q (B0 Shrink)
1.8 GHz 18× 1.475-1.525 V 68.1 W RK80532PC033512
BX80532PC1800D
SL6LA (C1)
SL6QL (D1)
66.1 W
Pentium 4 2.0A SL5YR (B0)
SL5ZT (B0)
SL66R (B0 Shrink)
SL68R (B0 Shrink)
2.0 GHz 20× 1.36-1.435 V 52.4 W RK80532PC041512
BX80532PC2000D
$364[9]
SL6GQ (C1)
SL6S7 (C1)
SL6SP (C1)
54.3 W
Pentium 4 2.2 SL5YS (B0)
SL66S (B0 Shrink)
2.2 GHz 22× 1.36-1.435 V 55.1 W RK80532PC049512
BX80532PC2200D
$562[9]
Pentium 4 2.4 SL65R (B0)
SL66T (B0 Shrink)
SL6GS (C1)
SL6S9 (C1)
SL6PM (D1)
2.4 GHz 24× 1.35-1.43 V 57.8 W
59.8 W
59.8 W
April 2, 2002 BX80532PC2400D
RK80532PC056512
$562[10]
Pentium 4 2.5 SL6PN (D1) 2.5 GHz 25× 1.35-1.43 V 61 W August 26, 2002 RK80532PC060512 $243[11]
Pentium 4 2.6 SL6SB (C1)
SL6PP (D1)
2.6 GHz 26× 1.345-1.525 V 62.6 W BX80532PC2600D
RK80532PC064512
$401[11]
Pentium 4 2.8 SL7EY (D1) 2.8 GHz 28× 1.475-1.55 V 68.4 W November 2002 RK80532PC072512
Pentium 4 3.0 SL6YH (C1)
SL74Q (C1)
3.0 GHz 30× 1.55 V ~80 W RK80532PC080512
RK80532NC080512
Pentium 4 2.26 SL67Y (B0)
SL6D6 (B0 Shrink)
2.26 GHz 533 MT/s 17× 1.355-1.435V 56 W May 6, 2002 RK80532PE051512 $423[12]
SL6RY (C1)
SL6PB (D1)
SL7V9 (M0)
1.355-1.435V 58 W
Pentium 4 2.4B SL67Z (B0)
SL6D7 (B0 Shrink)
SL6EU (B0 Shrink)
SL6DV (C1)
SL6EF (C1)
SL6SH (C1)
SL6RZ (C1)
SL6PC (D1)
SL6Q8 (D1)
2.40 GHz 18× 1.3-1.525 V 59.8 W BX80532PE2400D
RK80532PE056512
$562[12]
Pentium 4 2.53 SL682 (B0)
SL6D8 (B0)
SL6EV (B0 Shrink)
2.53 GHz 19× 1.345-1.43 V 61.5 W RK80532PE061512
BX80532PE2533D
$637[12]
SL6EG (C1)
SL6DW (C1)
SL6S2 (C1)
1.525 V
Pentium 4 2.66 SL6PE (D1)
SL6DX (C1)
SL6QA (D1)
SL6S3 (C1)
2.66 GHz 20× 1.345-1.42 V 66.1 W August 26, 2002 RK80532PE067512 $401[11]
Pentium 4 2.8 SL6HL (C1)
SL6K6 (C1)
SL6PF (D1)
SL6QB (D1)
SL6S4 (C1)
2.80 GHz 21× 1.34-1.525 V 68.4 W BX80532PE2800D
RK80532PE072512
$508[11]

Prescott (90 nm)[edit]

  • Intel Family 15 Model 3 (C0, D0), Intel Family 15 Model 4 (E0, G1)
  • All models support: MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3
  • Intel 64: supported by 5x6, 511 and 519K
  • XD bit (an NX bit implementation): supported by 5x5J, 5x6, 511, 519J and 519K
  • Transistors: 125 million
  • Die size: 112 mm2
  • Steppings: C0, D0, E0, G1
Model number sSpec number Frequency L2 cache FSB speed Multiplier Voltage range TDP Socket Release date Part number(s)
Pentium 4 2.40A SL7FY (C0)
SL7E8 (C1)
SL7YP (D1)
SL88F (E0)
2.40 GHz 1024 KB 533 MT/s 18× 1.287-1.4 V 89 W Socket 478 March 2004 B80546PE0561M
RK80546PG0561M
Pentium 4 2.66A SL7E9 (C0)
SL8B3 (E0)
2.66 GHz 20× 1.25-1.388 V 89 W RK80546PE0671M
BX80546PE2667E
Pentium 4 2.80A SL7D8 (C1)
SL7J4 (D0)
SL7K9 (D0)
SL7KA (D0)
SL7E2 (D1)
SL7KH (D2)
SL7PK (E0)
SL88G (E0)
SL8JX (G1)
2.80 GHz 21× 1.25-1.4 V 89 W February 1, 2004 RK80546PE0721M
NE80546PE0721M
Pentium 4 505 SL7YU (D0) 2.66 GHz 20× 1.25-1.4 V 84 W LGA 775 December 2004 JM80547PE0671M
Pentium 4 505J SL85U (E0) 1.25-1.4 V 84 W JM80547PE0671M
Pentium 4 506 SL8J8 (E0)
SL8PL (G1)
SL9CK (G1)
1.25-1.4 V 84 W June 2005 JM80547PE0671MN
Pentium 4 511 SL8U5 (E0)
SL9CJ (G1)
SL8U4 (G1)
2.80 GHz 21× 1.25-1.4 V 84 W 2005 HH80547PE0721MN
JM80547PE0721MN
Pentium 4 515 SL7YV (D0) 2.93 GHz 22× 1.25-1.4 V 84 W December 2004 JM80547PE0771M
Pentium 4 515J SL85V (E0) 1.25-1.4 V 84 W JM80547PE0771M
Pentium 4 516 SL8J9 (E0)
SL8PM (G1)
1.25-1.4 V 84 W September 2005 JM80547PE0771MN
Pentium 4 519J SL87L (E0) 3.06 GHz 23× 1.25-1.388 V 84 W December 2004 JM80547PE0831M
Pentium 4 519K SL8JA (E0)
SL8PN (G1)
1.25-1.4 V 84 W 2005 JM80547PE0831MN
HH80547PE0831MN

Pentium 4 HT[edit]

Northwood (130 nm)[edit]

Model number sSpec number Frequency L2 cache FSB speed Multiplier Voltage range TDP Socket Release date Part number(s) Release Price (USD)
Pentium 4 HT 2.4C SL6WR (D1)
SL6WF (D1)
SL6Z3 (M0)
2.4 GHz 512 KB 800 MT/s 12× 1.475–1.525 V 66.2 W Socket 478 May 21, 2003 RK80532PG056512 $178[13]
Pentium 4 HT 2.6C SL6WH (D1)
SL6WS (D1)
SL6Z4 (M0)
2.6 GHz 13× 1.475–1.525 V 69 W RK80532PG064512 $218[13]
Pentium 4 HT 2.8C SL6WJ (D1)
SL6WT (D1)
SL78Y (D1)
SL6Z5 (M0)
2.8 GHz 14× 1.475–1.525 V 69.7 W RK80532PG072512
RK80532RC052128
$278[13]
Pentium 4 HT 3.0 SL6WU (D1)
SL6WK (D1)
SL78Z (M0)
3.0 GHz 15× 1.475–1.55 V 81.9 W April 14, 2003 RK80532PG080512 $417[14]
Pentium 4 HT 3.06 SL6K7 (C1)
SL6JJ (C1)
SL6S5 (C1)
SL6SM (C1)
SL6PG (D1)
SL6QC (D1)
3.06 GHz 533 MT/s 23× 1.525–1.55 V 81.8 W November 14, 2002 BX80532PE3066D
RK80532PE083512
$637[15]
Pentium 4 HT 3.2 SL792 (D1)
SL6WG (D1)
SL6WE (D1)
3.2 GHz 800 MT/s 16× 1.25–1.40 V 82 W June 23, 2003 RK80532PG088512
BX80532PG3200D
$637[16]
Pentium 4 HT 3.4 SL793 (D1) 3.4 GHz 17× 1.25–1.40 V 89 W February 2, 2004 RK80532PG096512 $417[17]

Prescott (90 nm)[edit]

  • All models support: MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, Hyper-threading
  • Intel 64: supported by F-series, 5x1, 517, 524 and few OEM models in E-series (SL7QB, SL7Q8)
  • XD bit (an NX bit implementation): supported by 5x0J, 5x1, 517, 524
  • Intel Family 15 Model 3
  • Model SL7E4 has an unattached fan heatsink.
  • Some Socket 478 models supports loadline B (FMB1.0) with reduced TDP to 89 Watts (100.39 Watts peak)[18]
  • Some LGA775 models supports Prescott FMB1 (775_VR_CONFIG_04A) with reduced TDP to 85 Watts (100.78 Watts peak)
  • Transistors: 125 million
  • Die size: 112 mm2
  • Steppings: C0, D0, E0, G1
Model number sSpec number Frequency L2 cache FSB speed Multiplier Voltage range TDP Socket Release date Part number(s) Release price (USD)
Pentium 4 HT 2.8E SL79K (C0)
SL7KA (C0)
SL7E3 (D0)
SL7PL (E0)
SL88H (E0)
2.80 GHz 1024 KB 800 MT/s 14× 1.287-1.4 V 89 W Socket 478 February 2, 2004 RK80546PG0721M
BX80546PG2800E
$178[17]
Pentium 4 HT 3.0E SL8JZ (G1)
SL7L4 (D0)
SL7E4 (D0)
SL88J (E0)
SL79L (C0)
SL7KB (D0)
SL7PM (E0)
3.00 GHz 15× 1.2-1.425 V 89 W NE80546PG0801M
RK80546PG0801M
$218[17]
Pentium 4 HT 3.2E SL79M (C0)
SL7B8 (C0)
SL7E5 (D0)
SL7L7 (D0)
SL7PN (E0)
SL7QB (E0)
SL7KC (C0)
SL88K (E0)
SL8K2 (G1)
3.20 GHz 16× 1.25-1.4 V 103 W BX80546PG3200E
RK80546PG0881M
$278[17]
Pentium 4 HT 3.2F SL7LA (D0) 1.2-1.425 V LGA 775 August 2004 JM80547PG0881M $278[19]
Pentium 4 HT 3.4E SL7B9 (C0)
SL7AJ (C0)
SL7E6 (D0)
SL7Q8 (E0)
SL7KD (E0)
SL7PP (E0)
SL88L (E0)
3.40 GHz 17× 1.2-1.425 V Socket 478 February 2, 2004 RK80546PG0961M

NE80546PG0961M
BX80546PG3400E

$417[17]
Pentium 4 HT 3.4F SL7L8 (D0) 1.2-1.425 V 115 W LGA 775 August 1, 2004 JM80547PG0961M $417[19]
Pentium 4 HT 3.6F SL7L9 (D0) 3.60 GHz 18× 1.2-1.425 V August 4, 2004 JM80547PG1041M $637[19]
Pentium 4 HT 3.8F SL7P2 (E0) 3.80 GHz 19× 1.2-1.425 V November 2004 JM80547PG1121M $637[19]
Pentium 4 HT 517 SL8ZY (G1)
SL9CD (G1)
2.93 GHz 533 MT/s 22× 1.25-1.4 V 84 W September 2005 HH80547PE0771MM
Pentium 4 HT 520 SL7J5 (D0)
SL7KJ (D0)
2.80 GHz 800 MT/s 14× 1.2-1.425 V June 21, 2004 JM80547PG0721M $178[20]
Pentium 4 HT 520J SL7PR (E0)
SL7PT (E0)
SL82V (E0)
1.25-1.4 V October 2004 JM80547PG0721M
Pentium 4 HT 521 SL8HX (E0)
SL8PP (G1)
SL9CG (G1)
1.2-1.425 V June 12, 2005 JM80547PG0721MM
HH80547PG0721MM
$163[21]
Pentium 4 HT 524 SL8ZZ (G1)
SL9CA (G1)
3.06 GHz 533 MT/s 23× 1.2-1.425 V September 2005 HH80547PE0831MM
Pentium 4 HT 530 SL7J6 (D0)
SL7KK (D0)
SL82X (D0)
SL8BM (D0)
3.00 GHz 800 MT/s 15× 1.2-1.425 V June 21, 2004 JM80547PG0801M $218[22]
Pentium 4 HT 530J SL7PU (E0)
SL82Y (E0)
1.2-1.425 V October 2004 JM80547PG0801M
Pentium 4 HT 531 SL8HZ (E0)
SL8PQ (G1)
SL9CB (G1)
1.2-1.425 V June 12, 2005 JM80547PG0801M
HH80547PG0801M
$178[21]
Pentium 4 HT 540 SL7J7 (D0)
SL7KL (D0)
3.20 GHz 16× 1.2-1.425 V June 21, 2004 JM80547PG0881M $278[23]
Pentium 4 HT 540J SL7PW (E0)
SL82Z (E0)
1.25-1.425 V October 2004 JM80547PG0881M
Pentium 4 HT 541 SL9C6 (G1)
SL8PR (G1)
SL8J2 (E0)

SL7PX (E0)

1.2-1.425 V June 12, 2005 JM80547PG0881MM
HH80547PG0881MM
$218[21]
Pentium 4 HT 550 SL7J8 (D0)
SL7KM (D0)
3.40 GHz 17× 1.2-1.425 V 115 W June 21, 2004 JM80547PG0961M $417[24]
SL7PP (E0)
SL88L (E0)
SL7KD (E0)
1.287-1.4 V 89 W,

103 W

Socket 478 Q2 2004 BX80546PG0961M
RK80546PG0961M
SL8K4 (G1) 1.2-1.425 V January 27, 2006 RK80546PG0961M
NE80546PG0961M
BX80546PG3400E
Pentium 4 HT 550J SL7PY (E0)
SL833 (E0)
1.25-1.4 V 115 W LGA 775 October 2004 JM80547PG0961M $417
Pentium 4 HT 551 SL8PS (E0)
SL7PZ (E0)
SL9C5 (E0)
SL8J5 (D0)
1.2-1.425 V June 12, 2005 JM80547PG0961MM
HH80547PG0961MM
$278[21]
Pentium 4 HT 560 SL7J9 (D0)
SL7KN (D0)
3.60 GHz 18× 1.2-1.425 V June 21, 2004 JM80547PG1041M $637[25]
Pentium 4 HT 560J SL84X (E0)
SL7Q2 (E0)
1.25-1.4 V October 2004 JM80547PG1041M
Pentium 4 HT 561 SL8J6 (E0)

SL7NZ (E0)

1.2-1.425 V June 12, 2005 JM80547PG1041MM $417[21]
Pentium 4 HT 570J SL84Y (E0)
SL82U (E0)
3.80 GHz 19× 1.2-1.425 V November 12, 2004 JM80547PG1121M
Pentium 4 HT 571 SL8J7 (E0) 1.2-1.425 V June 12, 2005 JM80547PG1121MM
JM80547PG1121M
$637[21]
Pentium 4 HT 580[26] ? 4.00 GHz 20× ? ? Cancelled ?

Prescott 2M (90 nm)[edit]

Model number sSpec number Frequency L2 cache FSB speed Multiplier Voltage range TDP Socket Release date Part number(s) Release price (USD)
Pentium 4 HT 620[27][28] SL8AB (N0) 2.8 GHz 2 MB 800 MT/s 14× 1.2–1.4 V 84 W LGA 775 February 20, 2005 JM80547PG0722MM
JM80547PH1072MM
Pentium 4 HT 630 SL7Z9 (N0) 3.0 GHz 15× JM80547PG0802M $224
SL8Q7 (R0) HH80547PG0802MM
Pentium 4 HT 640 SL7Z8 (N0) 3.2 GHz 16× JM80547PG0882M $273
SL8Q6 (R0) HH80547PG0882MM
Pentium 4 HT 650 SL7Z7 (N0) 3.4 GHz 17× JM80547PG0962M $401
SL8Q5 (R0) HH80547PG0962MM
Pentium 4 HT 660 SL7Z5 (N0) 3.6 GHz 18× 115 W JM80547PG1042M $605
SL8PZ (R0) HH80547PG1042MM
Pentium 4 HT 662 SL8QB (R0)
SL8UP (R0)
18× November 14, 2005 HH80547PG1042MH $401
Pentium 4 HT 670 SL7Z3 (N0) 3.8 GHz 19× May 26, 2005 JM80547PG1122M $851
SL8PY (R0) HH80547PG1122MM
Pentium 4 HT 672 SL8Q9 (R0) 19× November 14, 2005 HH80547PG1122MH $605
Pentium 4 HT 4.00 4.0 GHz 1066 MT/s 15× Cancelled

Cedar Mill (65 nm)[edit]

Model number sSpec number Frequency L2 cache FSB speed Multiplier Voltage range TDP Socket Release date Part number(s) Release price (USD)
Pentium 4 HT 631 SL8WJ (B1)
SL94Y (B1)
3 GHz 2 MB 800 MT/s 15× 1.25–1.325 V 86 W LGA 775 January 5, 2006 HH80552PG0802M $178
SL96L (C1) 1.2–1.3375 V April 12, 2006
SL9KG (D0) 1.2–1.325 V 65 W N/A
Pentium 4 HT 641 SL8WH (B1)
SL94X (B1)
3.2 GHz 16× 1.25–1.4 V 86 W January 5, 2006 HH80552PG0882M $218
SL96K (C1) 1.2–1.325 V April 16, 2006
SL9KF (D0) 65 W N/A
Pentium 4 HT 651 SL8WG (B1)
SL94W (B1)
3.4 GHz 17× 1.25–1.4 V 86 W January 5, 2006 HH80552PG0962M $273
SL96J (C1) 1.2–1.325 V April 16, 2006
SL9KE (D0) 65 W N/A
Pentium 4 HT 661 SL8WF (B1)
SL94V (B1)
3.6 GHz 18× 1.25–1.4 V 86 W January 5, 2006 HH80552PG1042M $401
SL96H (C1) 1.2–1.325 V April 16, 2006
SL9KD (D0) 65 W April 16, 2006

Pentium 4 Extreme Edition[edit]

Gallatin (130 nm)[edit]

Model number sSpec number Clock speed L2 cache L3 Cache FSB speed Clock multiplier Voltage range TDP Socket Release date Part number(s) Release price (USD)
Pentium 4 Extreme Edition 3.2 SL7AA (M0) 3.2 GHz 512 KB 2 MB 800 MT/s 16× 1.55V 92.1 W Socket 478 November 3, 2003 BX80532PG3200F
RK80532PG0882M
$925[33]
Pentium 4 Extreme Edition 3.4 SL7CH (M0) 3.4 GHz 17× 1.575 V 102.9 W February 2, 2004 BX80532PG3400F
RK80532PG0962M
$999[17]
Pentium 4 Extreme Edition 3.4 SL7GD (M0) 3.4 GHz 17x 0.956–1.052 V 109.6 W LGA 775 June 21, 2004 BX80532PH3400FS
JM80532PG0962M
$999[34]
SL7RR (M0) 1.25–1.4 V N/A BX80532PH3400FS
B80532PG0962MS
N/A
Pentium 4 Extreme Edition 3.46 SL7NF (M0) 3.46 GHz 1066 MT/s 13× 1.287–1.4 V 110.7 W October 31, 2004 BX80532PH3460FS
JM80532PH0992M
$999
SL7RT (M0) N/A BX80532PH3460FS
B80532PH0992MS

Prescott 2M (90 nm)[edit]

Model number sSpec number Clock speed L2 cache FSB speed Clock multiplier Voltage range TDP Socket Release date Part number(s) Release price (USD)
Pentium 4 Extreme Edition 3.73 SL7Z4 (N0) 3.73 GHz 2 MB 1066 MT/s 14× 1.200-1.400V 115 W LGA 775 February 21, 2005 JM80547PH1092MM $999

Mobile processors[edit]

Pentium 4-M[edit]

Northwood (130 nm)[edit]

  • All models support: MMX, SSE, SSE2, IST
  • Die Size: 131 mm2 (initially 146 mm2)[a]
  • Package Size: 35 mm × 35 mm
  • Steppings: B0, B0 Shrink, C1, D1
Model number sSpec number Frequency L2 cache FSB speed Multiplier Voltage range TDP Socket Release date Part number(s) Release price (USD)
Pentium 4-M 1.4 SL5ZH (B0)
SL5ZW (B0)
SL6CE (B0 Shrink)
1.4 GHz 512 KB 400 MT/s 14× 1.2 V 25.8 W Socket 478 April 23, 2002 RH80532GC017512 $198[35]
Pentium 4-M 1.5 SL5YT (B0)
SL5ZX (B0)
SL6CF (B0 Shrink)
1.5 GHz 15× 1.3 V 26.9 W RH80532GC025512 $268[35]
Pentium 4-M 1.6 SL5YU (B0)
SL5ZY (B0)
SL6CG (B0 Shrink)

SL6FF (C1)

1.6 GHz 16× 30 W March 4, 2002 RH80532GC025512 $401[36]
Pentium 4-M 1.7 SL5Z7 (B0)
SL5ZZ (B0)
SL6CH (B0 Shrink)
SL6DS (C1)

SL6FG (C1)
SL6V6 (D1)

1.7 GHz 17× RH80532GC029512 $508[36]
Pentium 4-M 1.8 SL65Q (B0)
SL69D (B0)
SL6CJ (B0 Shrink)
SL6FH (C1)
SL6V7 (D1)
1.8 GHz 18× April 23, 2002 RH80532GC033512 $637[35]
Pentium 4-M 1.9 SL6DE (B0)
SL6CK (B0 Shrink)
SL6FJ (C1)
SL6V8 (D1)
1.9 GHz 19× 32 W June 24, 2002 RH80532GC037512 $401[37]
Pentium 4-M 2.0 SL6DF (B0)
SL6CL (B0 Shrink)
SL6FK (C1)
SL6V9 (D1)
2.0 GHz 20× RH80532GC041512 $637[37]
Pentium 4-M 2.2 SL6J5 (C1)
SL6LR (C1)
SL6VB (D1)
2.2 GHz 22× 35 W September 16, 2002 RH80532GC049512 $562[38]
Pentium 4-M 2.3 SL789 (D1) 2.3 GHz 23× N/A OEM
Pentium 4-M 2.4 SL6K5 (C1)
SL6LS (C1)
SL6VC (D1)
2.4 GHz 24× January 14, 2003 RH80532GC056512 $562
Pentium 4-M 2.5 SL6P2 (C1)
SL6WY (D1)
2.5 GHz 25× April 16, 2003 RH80532GC060512 $562
Pentium 4-M 2.6 SL6WZ (D1) 2.6 GHz 26× June 11, 2003 RH80532GC064512 $562[39]

Mobile Pentium 4[edit]

Northwood (130 nm)[edit]

Model number sSpec number Clock speed L2 cache FSB speed Clock multiplier Voltage range TDP Socket Release date Part number(s) Release Price (USD)
Mobile Pentium 4 2.4 SL723 (D1) 2.4 GHz 512 KB 533 MT/s 18× 1.2–1.55 V 59.8 W Socket 478 June 11, 2003 RK80532GE056512 $186[39]
Mobile Pentium 4 2.66 SL724 (D1) 2.66 GHz 20× 66.1 W RK80532GE067512 $218[39]
Mobile Pentium 4 2.8 SL725 (D1) 2.8 GHz 21× 68.4 W RK80532GE072512 $278[39]
Mobile Pentium 4 3.06 SL726 (D1) 3.06 GHz 23× 70 W RK80532GE083512 $417[39]

Mobile Pentium 4 HT[edit]

Northwood (130 nm)[edit]

Model number sSpec number Clock speed L2 cache FSB speed Clock multiplier Voltage range TDP Socket Release date Part number(s) Release price (USD)
Mobile Pentium 4 HT 2.66 SL77M (D1) 2.66 GHz 512 KB 533 MT/s 20× 1.2V-1.55V 66.1 W Socket 478 September 23, 2003 RK80532HE067512 $234[40]
Mobile Pentium 4 HT 2.8 SL77N (D1) 2.8 GHz 21× 68.4 W RK80532HE072512 $294[40]
Mobile Pentium 4 HT 3.06 SL77P (D1) 3.06 GHz 23× 70 W RK80532HE083512 $433[40]
Mobile Pentium 4 HT 3.2 SL77R (D1) 3.2 GHz 24× 76 W RK80532HE088512 $653[40]

Prescott (90 nm)[edit]

Model number sSpec number Clock speed L2 cache FSB speed Clock multiplier Voltage range TDP Socket Release date Part number(s) Release price (USD)
Mobile Pentium 4 HT 518 SL7DS (D0) 2.8 GHz 1 MB 533 MT/s 21× 1.25–1.4 V 88 W Socket 478 June 1, 2004 RK80546HE0721M $202
SL7N8 (E0) October 1, 2004
Mobile Pentium 4 HT 532 SL7DT (D0) 3.06 GHz 23× June 1, 2004 RK80546HE0831M $234
SL7NA (E0) October 1, 2004
Mobile Pentium 4 HT 538 SL7DU (D0) 3.2 GHz 24× June 1, 2004 RK80546HE0881M $294
SL7NB (E0) October 1, 2004
Mobile Pentium 4 HT 548 SL7X5 (E0) 3.33 GHz 25× September 28, 2004 RK80546HE0931M $262
Mobile Pentium 4 HT 552 SL7NC (E0) 3.46 GHz 26× January 4, 2005 RK80546HE0991M N/A

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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