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Author: admin
Date: 23-Jan-02

[dancetech database recompiled in 1999 - some articles listed April '99 are older]


There are so many different processors, and they all fit different motherboard type connectors... I for one get tired trawling round the www trying to put it all in order mentally, so i spent the whole day collecting data to make a list... Not definitive, but includes most of the processors we would use for digital audio, and a few oldies we won't probably use much anymore.

All this page is for is so that you can checkout a chip speed and what type of board connector it takes, and for newbies to show them the different socket TYPES and the chips that go with them.

For us PC-Audio people it all starts with the MMX pentium in the olde days... and from there we've had SLOT-1 for P2 & Celeron and AMD came with the SLOT-A for their early Athlon's... The SLOT-A looks like the SLOT-1, and is 'the SLOT-1 for Athlons'...

On both types (Intel slot-1 & AMD slot-a), the CPU sits on a board enclosed in a case with cooler, that looks like a video cassette... Intel pushed the 'Slot-1' & P2 & older P3 aside and went to the New P3 & Celerons on SOCKET 370 (a ZIF socket), easy to install chips into.... the AMD K7 Athlon & Duron moved to the Socket-A. - Now we are on the next gen of P4 & Athlon... up to and above 2ghz.... we have the Athlon & Duron on SOCKET-A and the P-4 on SOCKET-423 & SOCKET-478.


This page is for early chips.. Socket-7 for P75 - 233 MMX ... Socket-8 for P-Pro up to 333... & Super-Socket-7 for AMD K5 & K6.





Socket 7:





Intel Pentium & Pentium MMX, AMD K5/K6, Cyrix 686/686MX.

Socket 7 is a ZIF socket used by Pentium chips. Intel has moved to Slot 1 and Slot 2, but this socket is also used by AMD K5 and K6, as well as Cyrix 6x86 processors.



Pentium Classic (P54C)
AMD ProcessorsNatural StateSocketsL1 Cache (Associativity)Transistors
K5-PR75
(SSA5 - Model 0)
March 27, 1996 - ($75)
296 pins
75MHz (50x1.5)
3.52v
Socket 78KB data (4-way)
16KB instruction (4-way)
4.3 million
0.5&##181;m process
271mm&##178; die
0.35&##181;m process
161mm&##178; die
K5-PR90
(SSA5 - Model 0)
March 27, 1996 - ($99)
296 pins
90MHz (60x1.5)
3.52v
Socket 78KB data (4-way)
16KB instruction (4-way)
4.3 million
0.35&##181;m process
161mm&##178; die
K5-PR100
(SSA5 - Model 0)
June 17, 1996 - ($84)
296 pins
100MHz (66x1.5)
3.52v
Socket 78KB data (4-way)
16KB instruction (4-way)
4.3 million
0.35&##181;m process
161mm&##178; die
K5-PR120
(5k86 - Model 1)
October 7, 1996 - ($106)
296 pins
90MHz (60x1.5)
3.52v
Socket 78KB data (4-way)
16KB instruction (4-way)
4.3 million
0.35&##181;m process
181mm&##178; die
K5-PR133
(5k86 - Model 1)
October 7, 1996 - ($134)
296 pins
100MHz (66x1.5)
3.52v
Socket 78KB data (4-way)
16KB instruction (4-way)
4.3 million
0.35&##181;m process
181mm&##178; die
K5-PR150
(5k86 - Model 2)
January 13, 1997
296 pins
105MHz (60x1.75)
3.52v
Socket 78KB data (4-way)
16KB instruction (4-way)
4.3 million
0.35&##181;m process
181mm&##178; die
K5-PR166
(5k86 - Model 2/3)
January 13, 1997
296 pins
116MHz (66x1.75)
3.52v
Socket 78KB data (4-way)
16KB instruction (4-way)
4.3 million
0.35&##181;m process
181mm&##178; die
K5-PR200
(5k86 - Model 3)
1Q 1997
296 pins
133MHz (66x2.0)
3.52v
Socket 78KB data (4-way)
16KB instruction (4-way)
4.3 million
0.35&##181;m process
181mm&##178; die


Intel ProcessorsNatural StateSocketsL1 Cache (Associativity)Transistors
Pentium-75
(P54C)
October 10, 1994 - ($535)
296 pins
75MHz (50x1.5)
MD,STD,VRT
Socket 5
Socket 7
8KB data (2-way)
8KB instruction (2-way)
3.2 million
0.6&##181;m process
148mm&##178; die
Pentium-90
(P54C)
March 7, 1994 - ($849)
296 pins
90MHz (60x1.5)
MD,STD,VR,VRT
Socket 5
Socket 7
8KB data (2-way)
8KB instruction (2-way)
3.2 million
0.6&##181;m process
148mm&##178; die
Pentium-100
(P54C)
March 7, 1994 - ($995)
296 pins
100MHz (66x1.5)
100MHz (50x2.0)
MD,STD,VR,VRE,VRT
Socket 5
Socket 7
8KB data (2-way)
8KB instruction (2-way)
3.2 million
0.6&##181;m process
148mm&##178; die
Pentium-120
(P54CQS)
March 27, 1995 - ($935)
296 pins
120MHz (60x2.0)
MD,STD,VRE,VRT
Socket 5
Socket 7
8KB data (2-way)
8KB instruction (2-way)
3.3 million
0.35&##181;m process
90mm&##178; die
Pentium-133
(P54CS)
June 12, 1995 - ($935)
296 pins
133MHz (66x2.0)
MD,STD,VRE,VRT
Socket 5
Socket 7
8KB data (2-way)
8KB instruction (2-way)
3.3 million
0.35&##181;m process
90mm&##178; die
Pentium-150
(P54CS)
January 4, 1996 - ($547)
296 pins
150MHz (60x2.5)
STD,VRT
Socket 78KB data (2-way)
8KB instruction (2-way)
3.3 million
0.35&##181;m process
90mm&##178; die
Pentium-166
(P54CS)
January 4, 1996 - ($749)
296 pins
166MHz (66x2.5)
VRE
Socket 78KB data (2-way)
8KB instruction (2-way)
3.3 million
0.35&##181;m process
90mm&##178; die
Pentium-200
(P54CS)
June 10, 1996 - ($599)
296 pins
200MHz (66x3.0)
VRE
Socket 78KB data (2-way)
8KB instruction (2-way)
3.3 million
0.35&##181;m process
90mm&##178; die
PentiumODP3V-125
(P54CT)
March 4, 1996 - ($399)
320 pins
125MHz (50x2.5)
3.135v~3.600v
Socket 5
Socket 7
8KB data (2-way)
8KB instruction (2-way)
3.3 million
0.35&##181;m process
90mm&##178; die
PentiumODP3V-150
(P54CT)
May 1996
320 pins
150MHz (60x2.5)
3.135v~3.600v
Socket 5
Socket 7
8KB data (2-way)
8KB instruction (2-way)
3.3 million
0.35&##181;m process
90mm&##178; die
PentiumODP3V-166
(P54CT)
May 1996
320 pins
166MHz (66x2.5)
3.135v~3.600v
Socket 5
Socket 7
8KB data (2-way)
8KB instruction (2-way)
3.3 million
0.35&##181;m process
90mm&##178; die


Pentium MMX (P55C)
AMD ProcessorsNatural StateSocketsL1 Cache (Associativity)Transistors
K6-166 MMX
(Model 6)
April 2, 1997 - ($244)
321 pins
166MHz (66x2.5)
2.9v/3.3v split
Socket 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
8.8 million
0.35&##181;m process
162mm&##178; die
K6-200 MMX
(Model 6)
April 2, 1997 - ($349)
321 pins
200MHz (66x3.0)
2.9v/3.3v split
Socket 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
8.8 million
0.35&##181;m process
162mm&##178; die
K6-233 MMX
(Model 6)
April 2, 1997 - ($469)
321 pins
233MHz (66x3.5)
3.2v/3.3v split
3.3v/3.3v split
Socket 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
8.8 million
0.35&##181;m process
162mm&##178; die
K6-233 MMX
(Little Foot - Model 7) - mobile chip
January 6, 1998
321 pins
233MHz (66x3.5)
2.2v/3.3v split
Socket 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
8.8 million
0.25&##181;m process
68mm&##178; die
K6-266 MMX
(Little Foot - Model 7)
January 6, 1998 - ($268)
321 pins
266MHz (66x4.0)
2.2v/3.3v split
Socket 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
8.8 million
0.25&##181;m process
68mm&##178; die
K6-300 MMX
(Little Foot - Model 7)
April 7, 1998 - ($246)
321 pins
300MHz (66x4.5)
2.2v/3.45v split
Socket 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
8.8 million
0.25&##181;m process
68mm&##178; die
K6-2-266 MMX 3DNow!
(Chompers - Model 8)
May 28, 1998 - ($185)
321 pins
266MHz (66x4.0)
2.2v/3.3v split
Socket 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
9.3 million
0.25&##181;m process
81mm&##178; die


Intel ProcessorsNatural StateSocketsL1 Cache (Associativity)Transistors
Pentium-166 MMX
(P55C)
January 8, 1997 - ($407)
296 pins
166MHz (66x2.5)
2.8v/3.3v split
Socket 716KB data (4-way)
16KB instruction (4-way)
4.5 million
0.35&##181;m process
141mm&##178; die
Pentium-200 MMX
(P55C)
January 8, 1997 - ($550)
296 pins
200MHz (66x3.0)
2.8v/3.3v split
Socket 716KB data (4-way)
16KB instruction (4-way)
4.5 million
0.35&##181;m process
141mm&##178; die
Pentium-233 MMX
(P55C)
June 2, 1997 - ($594)
296 pins
233MHz (66x3.5)
2.8v/3.3v split
Socket 716KB data (4-way)
16KB instruction (4-way)
4.5 million
0.35&##181;m process
141mm&##178; die
PentiumODPMT-150 MMX
(P54CTB)
March 3, 1997 - ($399)
320 pins
150MHz (60x2.5)
125MHz (50x2.5)
3.3v to 2.8v
Socket 5
Socket 7
16KB data (4-way)
16KB instruction (4-way)
4.5 million
0.35&##181;m process
141mm&##178; die
PentiumODPMT-166 MMX
(P54CTB)
March 3, 1997 - ($499)
320 pins
166MHz (66x2.5)
3.3v to 2.8v
Socket 5
Socket 7
16KB data (4-way)
16KB instruction (4-way)
4.5 million
0.35&##181;m process
141mm&##178; die
PentiumODPMT-180 MMX
(P54CTB)
August 4, 1997 - ($299)
320 pins
180MHz (60x3.0)
3.3v to 2.8v
Socket 5
Socket 7
16KB data (4-way)
16KB instruction (4-way)
4.5 million
0.35&##181;m process
141mm&##178; die
PentiumODPMT-200 MMX
(P54CTB)
August 4, 1997 - ($349)
320 pins
200MHz (66x3.0)
3.3v to 2.8v
Socket 716KB data (4-way)
16KB instruction (4-way)
4.5 million
0.35&##181;m process
141mm&##178; die









Super Socket 7:




AMD K6-2, AMD K6-3, Cyrix 686-MII, Cyrix III





Pentium MMX (P55C)
AMD ProcessorsNatural StateSocketsL1 Cache (Associativity)Transistors
K6-2-300 MMX 3DNow!
(Chompers - Model 8)
May 28, 1998 - ($281)
321 pins
300MHz (100x3.0)
2.2v/3.3v split
Super 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
9.3 million
0.25&##181;m process
81mm&##178; die
K6-2-333 MMX 3DNow!
(Chompers - Model 8)
May 28, 1998 - ($369)
321 pins
333MHz (95x3.5)
2.2v/3.3v split
Super 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
9.3 million
0.25&##181;m process
81mm&##178; die
K6-2-350 MMX 3DNow!
(Chompers - Model 8)
August 27, 1998 - ($317)
321 pins
350MHz (100x3.5)
2.2v/3.3v split
Super 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
9.3 million
0.25&##181;m process
81mm&##178; die
K6-2-300 MMX 3DNow!
(Chompers - Model 8 CXT)
November 16, 1998
321 pins
300MHz (100x3.0)
300MHz (66x4.5)
2.2v/3.3v split
Super 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
9.3 million
0.25&##181;m process
81mm&##178; die
K6-2-333 MMX 3DNow!
(Chompers - Model 8 CXT)
November 16, 1998
321 pins
333MHz (95x3.5)
333MHz (66x5.0)
2.2v/3.3v split
Super 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
9.3 million
0.25&##181;m process
81mm&##178; die
K6-2-350 MMX 3DNow!
(Chompers - Model 8 CXT)
November 16, 1998
321 pins
350MHz (100x3.5)
2.2v/3.3v split
Super 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
9.3 million
0.25&##181;m process
81mm&##178; die
K6-2-366 MMX 3DNow!
(Chompers - Model 8 CXT)
November 16, 1998 - ($187)
321 pins
366MHz (66x5.5)
2.2v/3.3v split
Super 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
9.3 million
0.25&##181;m process
81mm&##178; die
K6-2-380 MMX 3DNow!
(Chompers - Model 8 CXT)
November 16, 1998 - ($213)
321 pins
380MHz (95x4.0)
2.2v/3.3v split
Super 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
9.3 million
0.25&##181;m process
81mm&##178; die
K6-2-400 MMX 3DNow!
(Chompers - Model 8 CXT)
November 16, 1998 - ($283)
321 pins
400MHz (100x4.0)
2.2v/3.3v split
Super 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
9.3 million
0.25&##181;m process
81mm&##178; die
K6-2-450 MMX 3DNow!
(Chompers - Model 8 CXT)
February 26, 1999 - ($203)
321 pins
450MHz (100x4.5)
2.2v/3.3v split (Aug 99)
2.4v/3.3v split
Super 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
9.3 million
0.25&##181;m process
81mm&##178; die
K6-2-475 MMX 3DNow!
(Chompers - Model 8 CXT)
April 5, 1999 - ($213)
321 pins
475MHz (95x5.5)
2.2v/3.3v split (Aug 99)
2.4v/3.3v split
Super 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
9.3 million
0.25&##181;m process
81mm&##178; die
K6-2-500 MMX 3DNow!
(Chompers - Model 8 CXT)
August 30, 1999 - ($167)
321 pins
500MHz (100x5.0)
2.2v/3.3v split
Super 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
9.3 million
0.25&##181;m process
81mm&##178; die
K6-2-533 MMX 3DNow!
(Chompers - Model 8 CXT)
November 29, 1999 - ($167)
321 pins
533MHz (97x5.5)
2.2v/3.3v split
Super 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
9.3 million
0.25&##181;m process
81mm&##178; die
K6-2-550 MMX 3DNow!
(Chompers - Model 8 CXT)
February 22, 2000 - ($189)
321 pins
550MHz (100x5.5)
2.3v/3.3v split
Super 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
9.3 million
0.25&##181;m process
81mm&##178; die
K6-III-400 MMX 3DNow!
(Sharptooth - Model 9)
February 22, 1999 - ($284)
321 pins
400MHz (100x4.0)
2.2v/3.3v split (Sep 99)
2.4v/3.3v split
Super 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
256KB on-Die unified L2 (4-way)
* 4GB cacheable
21.3 million
0.25&##181;m process
118mm&##178; die
K6-III-450 MMX 3DNow!
(Sharptooth - Model 9)
February 22, 1999 - ($476)
321 pins
450MHz (100x4.5)
2.2v/3.3v split (Sep 99)
2.4v/3.3v split
Super 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
256KB on-Die unified L2 (4-way)
* 4GB cacheable
21.3 million
0.25&##181;m process
118mm&##178; die
K6-2+-450 MMX 3DNow!
(?) - mobile chip
April 18, 2000 - ($85)
321 pins
450MHz (100x4.5)
2.0v/3.3v split
Super 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
128KB on-Die unified L2 (4-way)
* 4GB cacheable
? million
0.18&##181;m process
?mm&##178; die
K6-2+-475 MMX 3DNow!
(?) - mobile chip
April 18, 2000 - ($98)
321 pins
475MHz (95x5.0)
2.0v/3.3v split
Super 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
128KB on-Die unified L2 (4-way)
* 4GB cacheable
? million
0.18&##181;m process
?mm&##178; die
K6-2+-500 MMX 3DNow!
(?) - mobile chip
April 18, 2000 - ($112)
321 pins
500MHz (100x5.0)
2.0v/3.3v split
Super 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
128KB on-Die unified L2 (4-way)
* 4GB cacheable
? million
0.18&##181;m process
?mm&##178; die
K6-2+-533 MMX 3DNow!
(?) - mobile chip
June 26, 2000 - ($85)
321 pins
533MHz (97x5.5)
2.0v/3.3v split
Super 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
128KB on-Die unified L2 (4-way)
* 4GB cacheable
? million
0.18&##181;m process
?mm&##178; die
K6-2+-550 MMX 3DNow!
(?) - mobile chip
June 26, 2000 - ($99)
321 pins
550MHz (100x5.5)
2.0v/3.3v split
Super 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
128KB on-Die unified L2 (4-way)
* 4GB cacheable
? million
0.18&##181;m process
?mm&##178; die
K6-III+-450 MMX 3DNow!
(?) - mobile chip
April 18, 2000 - ($140)
321 pins
450MHz (100x4.5)
2.0v/3.3v split
Super 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
256KB on-Die unified L2 (4-way)
* 4GB cacheable
? million
0.18&##181;m process
?mm&##178; die
K6-III+-475 MMX 3DNow!
(?) - mobile chip
April 18, 2000 - ($162)
321 pins
475MHz (95x5.0)
2.0v/3.3v split
Super 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
256KB on-Die unified L2 (4-way)
* 4GB cacheable
? million
0.18&##181;m process
?mm&##178; die
K6-III+-500 MMX 3DNow!
(?) - mobile chip
April 18, 2000 - ($184)
321 pins
500MHz (100x5.0)
2.0v/3.3v split
Super 732KB data (2-way)
32KB instruction (2-way)
256KB on-Die unified L2 (4-way)
* 4GB cacheable
? million
0.18&##181;m process
?mm&##178; die









Socket 8:





Pentium Pro.

Socket 8 is designed for Intel's Pentium Pro processor.



Pentium Pro (P6)
Intel ProcessorsNatural StateSocketsL1/L2 Cache (Associativity)Transistors
Pentium Pro-133
(P6)
(engineering sample only)
387 pins
133MHz (66x2.0)
3.1v
Socket 88KB data (2-way)
8KB instruction (4-way)
256KB on-Chip unified L2 (4-way)
* 64GB cacheable
5.5 million
0.6&##181;m process
306mm&##178; die
15.5 million L2 (0.6&##181;m - 202mm&##178;)
Pentium Pro-150
(P6)
November 1, 1995 - ($974)
387 pins
150MHz (60x2.5)
3.1v
Socket 88KB data (2-way)
8KB instruction (4-way)
256KB on-Chip unified L2 (4-way)
* 64GB cacheable
5.5 million
0.6&##181;m process
306mm&##178; die
15.5 million L2 (0.6&##181;m - 202mm&##178;)
Pentium Pro-166
(P6)
November 1, 1995 - ($1682)
387 pins
166MHz (66x2.5)
3.3v
Socket 88KB data (2-way)
8KB instruction (4-way)
512KB on-Chip unified L2 (4-way)
* 64GB cacheable
5.5 million
0.35&##181;m process
195mm&##178; die
31 million L2 (0.35&##181;m - 242mm&##178;)
Pentium Pro-180
(P6)
November 1, 1995 - ($1075)
387 pins
180MHz (60x3.0)
3.3v
Socket 88KB data (2-way)
8KB instruction (4-way)
256KB on-Chip unified L2 (4-way)
* 64GB cacheable
5.5 million
0.35&##181;m process
195mm&##178; die
15.5 million L2 (0.6&##181;m - 202mm&##178;)
Pentium Pro-200
(P6)
November 1, 1995 - ($1325) (256KB)
November 1, 1995 - ($1989) (512KB)
August 18, 1997 - ($2650) (1MB)
387 pins
200MHz (66x3.0)
3.3v or 3.5v
Socket 88KB data (2-way)
8KB instruction (4-way)
256KB or
512KB or
1MB on-Chip unified L2 (4-way)
* 64GB cacheable
5.5 million
0.35&##181;m process
195mm&##178; die
15.5 million L2 (0.6&##181;m - 202mm&##178;) (256KB)
31 million L2 (0.35&##181;m - 242mm&##178;) (512KB)
62 million L2 (0.35&##181;m - (2) 242mm&##178;) (1MB)
Pentium II OverDrive-333 MMX
(P6T)
August 10, 1998 - ($599)
387 pins
300MHz (60x5.0)
333MHz (66x5.0)
2.0v/2.5v/3.3v split
Socket 816KB data (4-way)
16KB instruction (4-way)
512KB on-Die unified L2 (4-way)
* 64GB cacheable
? million
0.25&##181;m process
?mm&##178; die














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Name:  Ali Bayo
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Date:  12-Apr-06

hi, i'm searching for RAM that's compatible to my systemboard. The systemboard doesnt show any indication of what kind of ram it takes. the ones i've tried so far didnt fit right and i dont know what else to do. i googled some numbers and letters i got from the systemboard that brough me to this site.i thought you may know something about P54CS 150MHZ which was also found written on the systemboard. for all i know right now is that my system has an Intel pentium processor 150MHZ. the PC has no ram in it to compare for purchasing and i'll appriciate any help.

sincerly,
Ali

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