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Overview Of All Centrino Generations

Intel 945PM/GM (Yohna Processors)
ProcessorCoreclockL2-CacheFrontsidebusDiePower (TDP)
Core Duo T2600Dual 2.16 GHz2 MB667 MHz65 nm31 W
Core Duo T2500Dual 2.00 GHz2 MB667 MHz65 nm31 W
Core Duo T2400Dual 1.83 GHz2 MB667 MHz65 nm31 W
Core Duo T2300Dual 1.66 GHz2 MB667 MHz65 nm31 W
Core Solo T13001.66 GHz2 MB667 MHz65 nm27 W
Core Duo LV L2400Dual 1.66 GHz2 MB667 MHz65 nm15 W
Core Duo LV L2300Dual 1.50 GHz2 MB667 MHz65 nm15 W
Intel 915PM/GM (Dothan Processors)
Pentium M 7802.26 GHz2 MB533 MHz90 nm27 W
Pentium M 7702.13 GHz2 MB533 MHz90 nm27 W
Pentium M 7602.00 GHz2 MB533 MHz90 nm27 W
Pentium M 7501.86 GHz2 MB533 MHz90 nm27 W
Pentium M 7401.73 GHz2 MB533 MHz90 nm27 W
Pentium M 7301.60 GHz2 MB533 MHz90 nm27 W
Pentium M 758 LV1.50 GHz2 MB400 MHz90 nm10 W
Pentium M 753 ULV1.20 GHz2 MB400 MHz90 nm5 W
Celeron M 3701.50 GHz1 MB400 MHz90 nm21 W
Celeron M 373 ULV1.00 GHz512 kB400 MHz90 nm5 W
Intel 855PM/GME (Dothan/Banias Prosessors)
Pentium M 7652.10 GHz2 MB400 MHz90 nm21 W
Pentium M 7552.00 GHz2 MB400 MHz90 nm21 W
Pentium M 7451.80 GHz2 MB400 MHz90 nm21 W
Pentium M 7351.70 GHz2 MB400 MHz90 nm21 W
Pentium M 7251.60 GHz2 MB400 MHz90 nm21 W
Pentium M 7151.50 GHz2 MB400 MHz90 nm21 W
Pentium M 7051.50 GHz1 MB400 MHz130 nm24.5 W
Pentium M 738 LV1.40 GHz2 MB400 MHz90 nm10 W
Pentium M 718 LV1.30 GHz1 MB400 MHz130 nm12 W
Pentium M 733 ULV1.10 GHz2 MB400 MHz90 nm5 W
Pentium M 723 ULV1.00 GHz2 MB400 MHz90 nm5 W
Pentium M 713 ULV1.10 GHz1 MB400 MHz130 nm7 W
Celeron M 3601.40 GHz1 MB400 MHz90 nm21 W
Celeron M 3501.30 GHz1 MB400 MHz90 nm21 W
Celeron M 3401.50 MHz512 kB400 MHz130 nm24.5 W
Celeron M 3301.40 GHz512 kB400 MHz130 nm24.5 W
Celeron M 3201.30 GHz512 kB400 MHz130 nm24.5 W
Celeron M 3101.20 GHz512 kB400 MHz130 nm24.5 W
Celeron M 353 ULV900 MHz512 kB400 MHz90 nm5 W
Celeron M 333 ULV900 MHz512 kB400 MHz130 nm7 W
LV = Low Voltage, ULV = Ultra Low Voltage

With new CPUs and a new platform there must naturally also be new logos, which borrow from the form and color of the new Intel logo.

This is the new Intel logo.

Yes, you read that correctly. On January 3, 2006, Intel changed all its product logos as well as its corporate motto. After 14 years of Intel "Inside" on all Intel-based PCs, the new slogan henceforth is Intel, "Leap Ahead". Yet the question is: Does the firm know where it is leaping?

The Core Solo Processor logoThe Core Duo Processor logo
The Centrino Duo Mobile Technology logoThe new and improved Centrino Mobile Technology logo