Intel Celeron M gets some small changes

Posted on Wednesday, July 20 2005 @ 0:25 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
VR-Zone discovered some new tidbits regarding a change in Intel's Celeron M 350J, 360 and 370 processors with Dothan C stepping:
  • Products will support Optimized Voltage ID (OVID)
  • OVID methodology defines a VID range that will be given for each boxed Intel
  • Celeron M processor product instead of a single VID
  • No changes expected for platform HW, BIOS/SW and processor thermals
  • The conversion to OVID will reduce power variation among boxed Intel Celeron M processor C step production parts
  • New S-Spec, MM numbers for Production units supporting OVID; 1.3GHz 350J SL86L to SL8MK, 1.4GHz 360J SL86K to SL8ML, 1.5GHz 370 SL86J to SL8MM

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