Intel introduced three new PMs: the LV 738, and ULV 733 and 723. On their own, the chips cost $284, $262 and $241, respectively, when sold in batches of 1000 CPUs. The three a clocked to 1.4GHz, 1.1GHz and 1GHz, respectively.Source: The Register (check it out for an updated pricelist)
Interestingly, the new parts are fabbed at 130nm even though they include 2MB of L2 cache. That cache size would normally indicate a 90nm 'Dothan' part. Older LV and ULV PMs are 130nm, 1MB parts.
Incidentally, Intel cut the price of the 1.1GHz ULV PM 713 from $262 to $241, a reduction of eight per cent.
It also added a 900MHz ULV Celeron M 353 at $161, knocking the price of the existing CM 333 (also 900MHz) from $161 down 10.6 per cent to $144. The CM 353 is a 90nm part, according to Intel's price list.
The 90nm Mobile P4 518 saw its price fall 7.9 per cent, from $202 to $816 - matching exactly the price reduction applied to the 2.8GHz 130nm MP4.
Intel also trimmed the price of the 775-pin Socket T desktop P4 520 from $178 to $163, a fall of 8.4 per cent.
Intel releases new LV and ULV Centrinos + price cuts
Posted on Monday, July 19 2004 @ 14:15 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Yesterday Intel released new low-voltage (LV) and ultra-low voltage (ULV) Pentium M processors and Centrino bundles. Also introduced is a new ULV Celeron M processor, and decreased pricing of Intel's Mobile Pentium 4 line and desktop P4 processors.