Celeron_M_LV_650MHz
Intel Celeron M LV 650MHz

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Intel Celeron M LV 650MHz
Performance Specification
CPU Speed
0.65 GHz
Physical Cores
1 cores
CPU Codename
Tualatin
TDP (Power)
8W
Lithography
130nm
Socket 479
Main Link
Bit Width
32 Bit
Voltages
1.1V
CPU Features
Notebook CPU
Unlocked Multiplier
L1 Cache
L2 Cache
L3 Cache
Approved
Rating & Price
GD RATING
Unknown
Release price
$49
Celeron M LV 650MHz Game Requirement Analysis
These Celeron processors, released initially at 1.2 GHz on 2 October 2001, were based on the Pentium III 'Tualatin' core and made with a 0.13 micrometer process for the FCPGA 2 socket 370. They were nicknamed 'Tualeron' — a portmanteau of the words Tualatin and Celeron. Some software and users refer to the chips as Celeron-S, referring to the chip's lineage with the Pentium III-S, but this is not an official designation. Intel later released 1 GHz and 1.1 GHz parts (which were given the extension A to their name to differentiate them from the Coppermine-128 of the same clock rate they replaced). A 1.3 GHz chip, launched 4 January 2002, and finally a 1.4 GHz chip, launched 15 May 2002 (the same day as the 1.7 GHz Willamett-based Celeron launch), marked the end of the Tualatin-256 line.
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Release period
09-Jan-2011