Reply 20 of 51, by meljor
But I agree, i think every p3 above 1200mhz is a p3-s but i could be wrong. I think normal p3 stopped at 1133mhz and from there p3-s took over.
I found a picture of a 1400MHz one (SL64W):
http://chook.x86-guide.com/en/collection/Inte … pu-no10561.html
Yes, nice find. And as Tetrium said there are others as well. According to wiki there is a tualatin 1ghz 512kb up to 1400mhz 512kb (ofcourse) but also a 1ghz tualatin 256kb up to 1400mhz 256kb (the one you found).
So I stand corrected. I didn't know. Most of the time you see 1200mhz+ tualatins and since a lot of them come from servers they have 512kb cache.
I like the tualatin celerons for 440BX boards as they are fast without overclocking anything at 100mhz fsb.
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