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Intel Pentium 4 Processors
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Intel Pentium 4 Processors

 

Model Number Frequency L2-Cache Front Side Bus Multiplier Voltage TDP Socket Release Date Part Number(s)
Pentium 4 1.3 1300 MHz 256 KiB 400 MT/s 13x 1.70/1.75 V 48.9/51.6 W Socket 423 January 3, 2001 80528PC013G0K
YD80528PC013G0K
Pentium 4 1.4 1400 MHz 256 KiB 400 MT/s 14x 1.70/1.75 V 51.8/54.7 W Socket 423 November 20, 2000 80528PC017G0K
YD80528PC017G0K
Pentium 4 1.4 1400 MHz 256 KiB 400 MT/s 14x 1.75 V 55.3 W Socket 478 September 2001 RK80531PC017G0K
Pentium 4 1.5 1500 MHz 256 KiB 400 MT/s 15x 1.70/1.75 V 54.7/57.8 W Socket 423 November 20, 2000 80528PC021G0K
YD80528PC021G0K
RN80528PC021G0K
Pentium 4 1.5 1500 MHz 256 KiB 400 MT/s 15x 1.75 V 57.9 W Socket 478 August 2001 RK80531PC021G0K
RK80531PC021256
Pentium 4 1.6 1600 MHz 256 KiB 400 MT/s 16x 1.75 V 61 W Socket 423 July 2, 2001 YD80528PC025G0K
RN80528PC025G0K
Pentium 4 1.6 1600 MHz 256 KiB 400 MT/s 16x 1.75 V 60.8 W Socket 478 August 2001 RK80531PC025G0K
RK80531PC025256
Pentium 4 1.7 1700 MHz 256 KiB 400 MT/s 17x 1.75 V 64 W Socket 423 April 23, 2001 YD80528PC029G0K
RN80528PC029G0K
Pentium 4 1.7 1700 MHz 256 KiB 400 MT/s 17x 1.75 V 63.5 W Socket 478 August 2001 RK80531PC029G0K
RK80531PC029256
Pentium 4 1.8 1800 MHz 256 KiB 400 MT/s 18x 1.75 V 66.7 W Socket 423 July 2, 2001 YD80528PC033G0K
RN80528PC033G0K
Pentium 4 1.8 1800 MHz 256 KiB 400 MT/s 18x 1.75 V 66.1 W Socket 478 August 2001 RK80531PC033G0K
RK80531PC033256
Pentium 4 1.9 1900 MHz 256 KiB 400 MT/s 19x 1.75 V 69.2 W Socket 423 August 2001 RN80528PC037G0K
Pentium 4 1.9 1900 MHz 256 KiB 400 MT/s 19x 1.75 V 72.8 W Socket 478 August 26, 2001 RK80531PC037G0K
RK80531PC037256
Pentium 4 2.0 2000 MHz 256 KiB 400 MT/s 20x 1.75 V 71.8 W Socket 423 August 2001 RN80528PC041G0K
Pentium 4 2.0 2000 MHz 256 KiB 400 MT/s 20x 1.75 V 75.3 W Socket 478 August 26, 2001 RK80531PC041G0K

 

Model Number Frequency L2-Cache Front Side Bus Multiplier Voltage TDP Socket Release Date Part Number(s)
Pentium 4 1.6A 1600 MHz 512 KiB 400 MT/s 16x 1.475/1.525 V 46.8 W Socket 478 January 2002 RK80532PC025512
Pentium 4 1.8A 1800 MHz 512 KiB 400 MT/s 18x 1.475/1.525 V 49.6 W Socket 478 January 2002 RK80532PC033512
Pentium 4 2.0A 2000 MHz 512 KiB 400 MT/s 20x 1.475/1.525 V 54.3 W Socket 478 January 7, 2002 RK80532PC041512
Pentium 4 2.2 2200 MHz 512 KiB 400 MT/s 22x 1.475/1.525 V 57.1 W Socket 478 January 7, 2002 RK80532PC049512
Pentium 4 2.26 2266 MHz 512 KiB 533 MT/s 17x 1.475/1.525 V 58 W Socket 478 May 6, 2002 RK80532PE051512
Pentium 4 2.4 2400 MHz 512 KiB 400 MT/s 24x 1.475/1.525 V 59.8 W Socket 478 April 2, 2002 RK80532PC056512
Pentium 4 2.4B 2400 MHz 512 KiB 533 MT/s 18x 1.475/1.525 V 59.8 W Socket 478 May 6, 2002 RK80532PE056512
Pentium 4 2.5 2500 MHz 512 KiB 400 MT/s 25x 1.475/1.525 V 61 W Socket 478 August 25, 2002 RK80532PC060512
Pentium 4 2.53 2533 MHz 512 KiB 533 MT/s 19x 1.475/1.525 V 61.5 W Socket 478 May 6, 2002 RK80532PE061512
Pentium 4 2.6 2600 MHz 512 KiB 400 MT/s 26x 1.475/1.525 V 62.6 W Socket 478 August 25, 2002 RK80532PC064512
Pentium 4 2.66 2667 MHz 512 KiB 533 MT/s 20x 1.475/1.525 V 66.1 W Socket 478 August 25, 2002 RK80532PE067512
Pentium 4 2.8 2800 MHz 512 KiB 533 MT/s 21x 1.475/1.525 V 68.4 W Socket 478 August 25, 2002 RK80532PE072512
Pentium 4 3.06 3066 MHz 512 KiB 533 MT/s 23x  ?1.475/1.525 V  ?70 W Socket 478 ? ?2003 RK80532PE083512

 

Model Number Frequency L2-Cache Front Side Bus Multiplier Voltage TDP Socket Release Date Part Number(s)
Pentium 4 2.26A 2266 MHz 1024 KiB 533 MT/s 17x     Socket 478    
Pentium 4 2.4A 2400 MHz 1024 KiB 533 MT/s 18x 1.25/1.4 V 89 W Socket 478 March 2004 B80546PE0561M
RK80546PG0561M
Pentium 4 2.66A 2667 MHz 1024 KiB 533 MT/s 20x 1.25/1.4 V 89 W Socket 478   RK80546PE0671M
Pentium 4 2.8A 2800 MHz 1024 KiB 533 MT/s 21x 1.25/1.4 V 89 W Socket 478 February 1, 2004 RK80546PG0721M
B80546PE0561M
NE80546PE0721M
Pentium 4 505 2667 MHz 1024 KiB 533 MT/s 20x 1.25/1.4 V 84 W LGA 775 December 2004 JM80547PE0671M
Pentium 4 505J 2667 MHz 1024 KiB 533 MT/s 20x 1.25/1.4 V 84 W LGA 775 December 2004 JM80547PE0671M
Pentium 4 506 2667 MHz 1024 KiB 533 MT/s 20x 1.25/1.4 V 84 W LGA 775 June 2005 JM80547PE0671MN
Pentium 4 511 2800 MHz 1024 KiB 533 MT/s 21x 1.25/1.4 V 84 W LGA 775 2005 HH80547PE0721MN
JM80547PE0721MN
Pentium 4 515 2933 MHz 1024 KiB 533 MT/s 22x 1.25/1.4 V 84 W LGA 775 December 2004 JM80547PE0771M
Pentium 4 515J 2933 MHz 1024 KiB 533 MT/s 22x 1.25/1.4 V 84 W LGA 775 December 2004 JM80547PE0771M
Pentium 4 516 2933 MHz 1024 KiB 533 MT/s 22x 1.25/1.4 V 84 W LGA 775 September 2005 JM80547PE0771MN
Pentium 4 519J 3066 MHz 1024 KiB 533 MT/s 23x 1.25/1.4 V 84 W LGA 775 December 2004 JM80547PE0831M
Pentium 4 519K 3066 MHz 1024 KiB 533 MT/s 23x 1.25/1.4 V 84 W LGA 775 2005 JM80547PE0831M

The Pentium 4 is a seventh-generation x86 architecture microprocessor produced by Intel and is their first all-new CPU design, called the NetBurst architecture, since the Pentium Pro of 1995. Unlike the Pentium II, Pentium III, and various Celerons, the architecture owed little to the Pentium Pro/P6 design, and was new from the ground up. The microarchitecture of Netburst featured a very deep instruction pipeline, with the intention of scaling to very high frequencies. It also introduced the SSE2 instruction set for faster SIMD integer, and 64-bit floating-point computation. Later Pentium 4 models introduced new technological advances such as Hyper-Threading, a feature to make one physical CPU appear as two logical and virtual CPUs.

The original Pentium 4, codenamed "Willamette", ran at 1.4 and 1.5 GHz and was released in November 2000 on the Socket 423 platform, and later Socket 478 from 1.5GHz to 2GHz. Notable with the introduction of the Pentium 4 was the comparatively fast 400 MT/s FSB. It was actually based on a 100 MHz clock wave, but the bus was quad-pumped, meaning that the maximum transfer rate was four times that of a normal bus, so it was considered to run at 400 MT/s. The AMD Athlon was running at 266 MT/s (using a double-pumped bus) at that time.
As is traditional with Intel's flagship chips, the Pentium 4 also came in a low-end Celeron version (often referred to as Celeron 4) and a high-end Xeon version intended for SMP configurations. Nearly 6 years after the introduction of the original Pentium 4 CPUs, a dual core version, called the Pentium D, was released.

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