Intel's new numbering scheme for the Yonah processor

Posted on Friday, Oct 14 2005 @ 18:45 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
DigiTimes reports Intel decided to give the 65nm Yonah processor a new numbering scheme with "E", "T", "L" and "U" prefixes based on the thermal design power standards.
Based on Intel’s product roadmap, the dual-core Yonah E-series features a TDP of more than 50W, followed by the T-series with 25-49W, the L-series with 15-24W and the U-series with a TDP of less than 14W, the makers noted.

The dual-core Yonah T CPUs will have speeds of 1.66GHz, 1.83GHz, 2GHz, 2.16GHz and 2.33GHz and there will be three low voltage versions for the L line. Ultra low voltage processors will be categorized as the dual-core U1500 series and the single-core 1100 and 1200 lines.

Specifications for Intel 65nm Yonah processors

 

Series number

Clock speed (GHz)

FSB (MHz)

Yonah Dual Core

T1700

2.33

667

T1600

2.16

T1500

2

T1400

1.83

T1300

1.66

Yonah LV (low voltage) Dual Core

L1500

1.83

667

L1400

1.66

L1300

1.5

Yonah ULV (ultra low voltage) Dual Core

U1500

1.06

533

Yonah Single Core

766

1.83

667

765

1.66

Yonah ULV Single Core

1200

1.2

533

1100

1.06



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