List of Intel Pentium microprocessors

List of Intel Pentium microprocessors

The Intel Pentium brand refers to mainstream x86-architecture microprocessors from Intel. Processors branded Pentium Processor with MMX Technology (and referred to as Pentium MMX for brevity) are also listed here.

Contents

  • Desktop processors 1
    • P5 based Pentiums 1.1
      • "P5" (0.8 µm) 1.1.1
      • "P54C" (0.6 µm) 1.1.2
      • "P54CQS" (0.35 µm) 1.1.3
      • "P54CS" (0.35 µm) 1.1.4
      • "P55C" (0.35 µm) 1.1.5
    • P6 based Pentiums 1.2
    • NetBurst based Pentiums 1.3
    • Core based Pentiums 1.4
      • "Allendale", "Conroe" (65 nm) 1.4.1
      • "Wolfdale-3M" (45 nm) 1.4.2
    • Westmere based Pentiums 1.5
      • "Clarkdale" (MCP, 32 nm) 1.5.1
    • Sandy Bridge based Pentiums 1.6
      • "Sandy Bridge" (32 nm) 1.6.1
      • "Ivy Bridge" (22 nm) 1.6.2
    • Haswell based Pentiums 1.7
      • "Haswell-DT" (22 nm) 1.7.1
    • Silvermont based Pentiums 1.8
      • "Bay Trail-D" (22 nm) 1.8.1
    • Skylake based Pentiums 1.9
      • "Skylake-S" (14 nm) 1.9.1
  • Mobile processors 2
    • P5 based Pentiums 2.1
      • "P54C" (0.6 µm) 2.1.1
      • "P54LM" (0.35 µm) 2.1.2
      • "P55LM" (0.35 µm) 2.1.3
      • "Tillamook" (0.25 µm) 2.1.4
    • P6 based Pentiums 2.2
    • NetBurst based Pentiums 2.3
    • Core based Pentiums 2.4
      • "Yonah" (65 nm) 2.4.1
      • "Merom-2M" (65 nm) 2.4.2
      • "Penryn-3M", "Penryn-L" (45 nm) 2.4.3
    • Westmere based Pentiums 2.5
      • "Arrandale" (MCP, 32 nm) 2.5.1
    • Sandy Bridge based Pentiums 2.6
      • "Sandy Bridge" (32 nm) 2.6.1
      • "Ivy Bridge" (22 nm) 2.6.2
    • Haswell based Pentiums 2.7
      • "Haswell-MB" (22 nm) 2.7.1
      • "Haswell-ULT" (SiP, 22 nm) 2.7.2
      • "Haswell-ULX" (SiP, 22 nm) 2.7.3
      • "Broadwell-U" (14 nm) 2.7.4
    • Silvermont based Pentiums 2.8
      • "Bay Trail-M" (22 nm) 2.8.1
      • "Braswell" (14 nm) 2.8.2
    • Skylake based Pentiums 2.9
      • "Skylake-U" (14 nm) 2.9.1
      • "Skylake-Y" (14 nm) 2.9.2
  • Server processors 3
    • Sandy Bridge based Pentiums 3.1
      • "Sandy Bridge" (32 nm) 3.1.1
      • "Sandy Bridge-EN" (32 nm) 3.1.2
    • Ivy Bridge based Pentiums 3.2
      • "Ivy Bridge-EN" (22 nm) 3.2.1
  • Embedded processors 4
    • Sandy Bridge based Pentiums 4.1
      • "Gladden" (32 nm) 4.1.1
      • "Gladden" (22 nm) 4.1.2
  • See also 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Desktop processors

P5 based Pentiums

"P5" (0.8 µm)


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"P54C" (0.6 µm)

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"P54CQS" (0.35 µm)

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"P54CS" (0.35 µm)

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"P55C" (0.35 µm)

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P6 based Pentiums

Desktop processors based on the P6 microarchitecture were marketed as Pentium Pro, Pentium II and Pentium III, as well as variations of these names.

NetBurst based Pentiums

Desktop processors based on the NetBurst microarchitecture were marketed as Pentium 4 and Pentium D.

Core based Pentiums

Earlier E5xxx desktop processors based on the Core microarchitecture were marketed as Pentium Dual-Core, while later E5xxx and all E6xxx models were called Pentium. Note however, that several resellers will still refer to the newer generation processors as Pentium Dual-Core.

"Allendale", "Conroe" (65 nm)

The Intel Pentium Dual-Core processors, E2140, E2160, E2180, E2200, and E2220 use the Allendale core, which includes 2 MB of native L2 cache, with half disabled leaving only 1 MB. This compares to the higher end Conroe core which features 4 MB L2 Cache natively. Intel has shifted its product lines having the Core 2 line as Mainstream/Performance, Pentium Dual-Core as Mainstream, and the new Celeron (based on the Conroe-L core) as Budget/Value.

Intel Pentium E2180 @ 2.00GHz closeup

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"Wolfdale-3M" (45 nm)

The E5000 series and E6000 series use the same 45 nm Wolfdale-3M core as the E7000 series Core 2s, which has 3 MB L2 cache natively. 1 MB of L2 cache is disabled, for a total of 2 MB L2 cache, or twice the amount in the original Allendale Pentiums. The Wolfdale core is capable of SSE4, but it is disabled in these Pentiums. Pentium E2210 is an OEM processor based on Wolfdale-3M with only 1 MB L2 cache enabled out of the total 3 MB.

  • All models support: MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology (EIST), Intel 64, XD bit (an NX bit implementation), Intel VT-x
  • Die size: 82 mm²
  • Steppings: R0
  • Based on the Penryn microarchitecture
  • Part of 3MB L2 Cache Disabled
  • E2210 is a Wolfdale-3M with 2MB cache disabled unlike all other E22xx, which are Allendale.
  • E5000-series processors were initially known as Pentium Dual-Core, while all later processors were just Pentium.
  • E6500K has unlocked multiplier, and is only available in China as limited edition.
  • Models with a part number ending in "ML" support Intel VT-x.

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Westmere based Pentiums

"Clarkdale" (MCP, 32 nm)

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Sandy Bridge based Pentiums

"Sandy Bridge" (32 nm)

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"Ivy Bridge" (22 nm)

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Haswell based Pentiums

"Haswell-DT" (22 nm)

  • All models support: MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology (EIST), Intel 64, XD bit (an NX bit implementation), Intel VT-x, Smart Cache.
  • G32xx support up to DDR3-1333 memory while G34xx support up to DDR3-1600.
  • G3258 (Pentium anniversary edition) has unlocked multiplier.
  • Haswell Pentiums support QuickSync.
  • Transistors: 1.4 billion
  • Die size: 177mm²

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Silvermont based Pentiums

"Bay Trail-D" (22 nm)

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Skylake based Pentiums

"Skylake-S" (14 nm)

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Mobile processors

P5 based Pentiums

"P54C" (0.6 µm)

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"P54LM" (0.35 µm)

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"P55LM" (0.35 µm)

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"Tillamook" (0.25 µm)

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P6 based Pentiums

Mobile processors based on the P6 microarchitecture were marketed as Pentium II, Pentium III, Pentium M and Pentium Dual-Core, as well as variations of these names.

NetBurst based Pentiums

Mobile processors based on the NetBurst microarchitecture were marketed as Pentium 4.

Core based Pentiums

Previous mobile processors based on the Core microarchitecture were marketed as Pentium Dual-Core, while the current models are called Pentium. Note however, that several resellers will still refer to them as Pentium Dual-Core.

"Yonah" (65 nm)

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"Merom-2M" (65 nm)

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"Penryn-3M", "Penryn-L" (45 nm)

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Westmere based Pentiums

"Arrandale" (MCP, 32 nm)

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Sandy Bridge based Pentiums

"Sandy Bridge" (32 nm)

  • All models support: MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology (EIST), Intel 64, XD bit (an NX bit implementation), Smart Cache.
  • HD Graphics (Sandy Bridge) contain 6 EUs as well as HD Graphics 2000, but does not support the following technologies: Intel Quick Sync Video, InTru 3D, Clear Video HD, Wireless Display, Intel Insider.
  • Transistors: 504 million
  • Die size: 131 mm²

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"Ivy Bridge" (22 nm)

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Haswell based Pentiums

"Haswell-MB" (22 nm)

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"Haswell-ULT" (SiP, 22 nm)

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"Haswell-ULX" (SiP, 22 nm)

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"Broadwell-U" (14 nm)

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Silvermont based Pentiums

"Bay Trail-M" (22 nm)

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"Braswell" (14 nm)

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Skylake based Pentiums

"Skylake-U" (14 nm)

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"Skylake-Y" (14 nm)

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Server processors

Sandy Bridge based Pentiums

"Sandy Bridge" (32 nm)

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"Sandy Bridge-EN" (32 nm)

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Ivy Bridge based Pentiums

"Ivy Bridge-EN" (22 nm)

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Embedded processors

Sandy Bridge based Pentiums

"Gladden" (32 nm)

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"Gladden" (22 nm)

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See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.tomshardware.com/news/pentium-g6951-clarkdale-upgrade-card,11320.html
  2. ^ a b
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External links

  • Search MDDS Database
  • Intel ARK Database
  • Intel Pentium processor for desktop product order codes
  • Intel Pentium processor for mobile product order codes