The numbering system and
roadmap

Together with the launch of
Dothan, Intel introduces a new chip nomenclature. An average user has been so
used to the megahertz and gigahertz terms that it will definitely require some
education (or lots of marketing) for the general public to get used to the model
numbering system.


Processor Name


Architecture


Cache


Clock Speed


Front Side Bus

Intel® Pentium® M processor
755

90nm

2MB L2

2 GHz

400 MHz

Intel® Pentium® M processor
745

90nm

2MB L2

1.80 GHz

400 MHz

Intel® Pentium® M processor
735

90nm

2MB L2

1.70 GHz

400 MHz

Intel® Pentium® M processor
725

90nm

2MB L2

1.60 GHz

400 MHz

Intel® Pentium® M processor
715

90nm

2MB L2

1.50 GHz

400 MHz

Intel® Pentium® M processor
705

130nm

1MB L2

1.50 GHz

400 MHz

Intel® Pentium® M processor
Low Voltage 738

90nm

2MB L2

1.40 GHz

400 MHz

Intel® Pentium® M processor
Low Voltage 718

130 nm

1MB L2

1.30 GHz

400 MHz

Intel® Pentium® M processor
Ultra Low Voltage 733


90
nm

2MB L2

1.10 GHz

400 MHz

Intel® Pentium® M processor
Ultra Low Voltage 723


90
nm

2MB L2

1 GHz

400 MHz

Intel® Pentium® M processor
Ultra Low Voltage 713

130 nm

1MB L2

1.10 GHz

400 MHz

 

 

As there are some
inconsistencies in the numbering structure, it is best to refer to Intel website
for details. This

link
will also show you the numbering information of Pentium M and Intel’s
other processor families like Celeron D and Pentium 4.

 


  Q3 ’04 Q4 ’04 Q1 ’05
Pentium M 755 (2.0GHz / 400Mhz)
LV 738/J (1.40Ghz / 400Mhz)
ULV 733/J (1.1Ghz / 400Mhz)
ULV 723/J (1.0Ghz / 400Mhz)
770J (2.13GHz / 533Mhz)
765 (2.10GHz / 400Mhz)
760J (2.0GHz / 533Mhz)
750J (1.86GHz / 533Mhz)
740J (1.73GHz / 533Mhz)
730J (1.6Ghz / 533Mhz)

LV 758J (1.5Ghz / 400Mhz)
ULV 753J (1.2Ghz / 400Mhz)

Celeron M 360J (1.4Ghz / 1MB / 400Mhz)
350J (1.3Ghz / 1MB / 400Mhz)
353J (900Mhz / 512KB / 400Mhz)
370J (1.5Ghz / 1MB / 400Mhz)
373J (1Ghz / 512KB / 400Mhz)

 

According to the latest updated
Intel Mobile roadmap,  we are expecting to see Pentium M running on 533Mhz
FSB by end of this year.

This will also mean there
should be an updated chipset to support the higher FSB.