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Intel Pentium P6000 P6100 and P6200 processors

October 27th, 2010

Intel Pentium P6000 P6100 and P6200 processors

The Intel pentium P6000, P6100 and P6200 are based upon the Arrandale architecture. It is intel's attempt to keep the Pentium brand alive and at the same time offer the benefits of the Arrandale Architecture.

If you are not aware of the Arrandale architecture, it is basically the same architecture that powers the intel core i3, core i5 and core i7 processors, which means that they have integrated memory controller and a DMI bus to communicate with the chipset.
The core frequency of P6000 is 1.86 GHz while that of the P6100 and P6200 are 2 GHz and 2.13 GHz respectively. The intel P6000 series does not have turbo boost functionality as in the core i5 processors. Also, there is no Hyperthreading supported in the intel P6000 series processor.

The Intel P6000 series contain 3 MB of smart cache. Built with 32 nm technology, the intel Pentium P6000, P6100 and P6200 processors have a moderate TDP rating of 35 Watts.

The P6000 series has integrated DDR3 memory controller that can support a maximum of 8 GB DDR3 memory.


  1. dgino
    March 24th, 2011 at 03:52 | #1

    ok, but what about the number the cores ?!
    only one ? like AMD sempron ?

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