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13.1.9  Intel Pentium 4 E HTT 5x0 series processor (Prescott)

Identification


Model name: Pentium 4 E HTT 5x0 series.
Code name: Prescott.
Supplier: Intel.
Component class: CPU.

Generation


Generation: Pentium 4.

Compatibility


Multimedia instruction sets: MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3.

Cache


L1 cache: 12 k mOps instruction cache, 16 kbyte data cache (Harvard architecture).
L2 cache: 1 Mbyte.

Architecture


200 MHz QDR bus.

Multi-processing


Hyper-Threading Technology (HTT).

Multiplier


Clock speed


Clock speed Model Multiplier Power dissipation Introduction Order part numbers
133/2666 MHz Intel Pentium 4 E 505 1 CPU 20 84 W TDP December 2004 OEM: JM80547PE0671M,
PIB: BX80547PE2667E
133/2933 MHz Intel Pentium 4 E 515 1 CPU 22 84 W TDP December 2004 OEM: JM80547PE0771M
133/2800 MHz Intel Pentium 4 E HTT 520/533 CPU 21 84 W TDP June 2004 OEM: B80547PE0721M,
retail: BX80547PE2800ET,
PIB: BX80547PE2800EM
200/2800 MHz Intel Pentium 4 E HTT 520/800 CPU 14 84 W TDP June 2004 OEM: JM80547PG0721M,
PIB: BX80547PG2800E
200/3000 MHz Intel Pentium 4 E HTT 530 CPU 15 84 W TDP June 2004 OEM: JM80547PG0801M,
PIB: BX80547PG3000E
200/3200 MHz Intel Pentium 4 E HTT 540 CPU 16 84 W TDP June 2004 OEM: JM80547PG0881M,
PIB: BX80547PG3200E
200/3400 MHz Intel Pentium 4 E HTT 550 CPU 17 115 W TDP June 2004 OEM: JM80547PG0961M,
PIB: BX80547PG3400E
200/3600 MHz Intel Pentium 4 E HTT 560 CPU 18 115 W TDP June 2004 OEM: JM80547PG1041M,
PIB: BX80547PG3600E
Clock speed Model Multiplier Power dissipation Introduction Order part numbers
200/3800 MHz Intel Pentium 4 E HTT 570 CPU 19      

  1. Hyper-Threading Technology (HTT) disabled

Physics


Voltage: 1.25-1.40 V.

Manufacturing process: 90 nm.

Number of transistors: 125 million.

Die size: 81 mm2.

Packaging: Socket T / LGA 775.

Thermal management


Thermal Monitor: TM2.

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