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Intel® Pentium® III Processors

Includes dual processing and a second PCI bus

Previous generations of embedded Intel® processors may not be supported by Intel. Refer to the comprehensive embedded processor and chipset roadmap for products backed by Intel’s seven-year extended lifecycle support.

Features

Processor Number1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 Cache Clock Speed Bus Speed Max TDP Embedded Number of cores Launched
Pentium® III processors
RK80530KZ012512 512K L2 1.26 GHz 133 Mhz 29.5 W x 1 Q4 '01
RB80526PZ001256 256K L2 1 GHz 133 Mhz 29.0 W x 1 Q1 '00
RB80526PY001256+ 256K L2 1 GHz 100 Mhz 29.0 W x 1 Q1 '00
RB80526PZ866256 256K L2 866 Mhz 133 Mhz 26.1 W x 1 Q1 '00
RB80526PY850256 256K L2 850 Mhz 100 Mhz 25.7 W x 1 Q1 '00
RB80526PZ733256 256K L2 733 Mhz 133 Mhz 22.8 W x 1 Q1 '00
RB80526PY700256 256K L2 700 Mhz 100 Mhz 21.9 W x 1 Q1 '00
RB80526PY600256 256K L2 600 Mhz 100 Mhz 19.6 W x 1 Q1 '00
  + For existing embedded applications using the Intel® 440BX chipset only. Drop ship only.
Low voltage Pentium® III processors
RJ80530KZ933512 512K L2 933 MHz** 133 MHz 12.2 W x 1 Q4 '00
RJ80530KZ800512 512K L2 800 MHz 133 MHz 11.2 W x 1 Q4 '00
Pentium® III processors – Low power
KC80526GY850256 256K L2 700 MHz 100 MHz 16.12 W x 1 Q1 '01
KC80526LY500256 256K L2 500 MHz 100 MHz 12.2 W x 1 Q1 '01
KC80526LY400256 256K L2 400 MHz 100 Mhz 10.1 W x 1 Q1 '01

Additional Resources

Technical documents

Application Note: AP-485 Intel Processor Identification and CPUID Instruction

Application Note: AP-589 Design for EMI

Application Note: AP-907 Pentium® III Processor Power Distribution Guidelines

Application Note: AP-909 Intel® Processor Serial Number

Application Note: Intel® Pentium® III Processor Thermal Metrology for CPUID 068h family processors

Application Note: Introduction to Thermal Solutions

Application Note: Pentium® III Processor Active Thermal Management Techniques

Application Note: Write Combining Memory Implementation Guidelines

Application Note: Low Voltage (LV) Intel® Pentium® III Processor Signal Integrity Models

Datasheet: Intel® Pentium® III Processor for the PGA370 Socket at 500 MHz to 1.13 GHz

Datasheet: Intel® Pentium® III Processor with 512KB L2 Cache at 1.13GHz to 1.40GHz Datasheet

Datasheet: Low Voltage Intel® Pentium® III Processor 512-KB

Datasheet: Mobile Intel® Pentium® III Processor in BGA2 and Micro-PGA2 Packages

Datasheet: Mobile Intel® Pentium® III Processor in BGA2 and Micro-PGA2 Packages

Guide: Intel® Pentium® III Processor in the FC-PGA2 Package Thermal Design Guidelines

Guide: Thermal Design Guide for the Intel® Pentium® III Processor with 512 Kbytes L2 Cache at 1.26 GHz

Guide: FC-PGA Intel® Pentium® III Processor and Intel 840 Chipset Design Guide

Guide: Intel® Pentium® III Processor Thermal Design Guide

Guide: Intel® 440BX AGPset / PGA370 Scalable Performance Board

Guide: Intel® 810A3 Chipset Platform

Guide: Intel® 810E2 Chipset Platform for use with Universal Socket 370

Guide: Intel® 810E2 Chipset Platform for use with Universal Socket 370 Design Guide Update

Guide: Intel® 810E2 Chipset Platform

Guide: Intel® 815 Chipset Platform for use with Universal Socket 370

Guide: Intel® 815 Chipset Platform

Guide: Intel® 815 Chipset Platform for use with Universal Socket 370 Design Guide Update

Guide: Intel® 815E Chipset Platform for use with Universal Socket 370

Guide: Intel® 815E Chipset Platform for use with Universal Socket 370 Design Guide Update

Guide: Intel® 815E Chipset Platform

Guide: Intel® 815E Chipset Platform Design Guide Update

Guide: CK97 Clock Synthesizer Design Guidelines

Guide: CK98 Clock Synthesizer/Driver Design Guidelines

Guide: VRM 8.4 DC-DC Converter Design Guidelines

Guide: VRM 8.5 DC-DC Converter Design Guidelines

Guide: Intel® Pentium® III Processor - Low Power Thermal Design Guide

Guide: Mobile Intel® Pentium® III Processor/440MX Chipset Platform Design Guide

Guide: Thermal Design Guide for Intel® Processors in the BGA2 and Micro FC-BGA Packages for Embedded Applications

Guide: Low Voltage (LV) Intel® Pentium® III Processor 512K Dual Processor Platform Design Guide

Guide: Low Voltage Intel® Pentium® III Processor 512K Thermal Design Guide

Guide: Low Voltage Intel® Pentium® III Processor 512K and ULV Intel® Celeron® Processor/815E Chipset Platform Design Guide

FAQs: Intel® Pentium® III Processor

FAQs: Intel® Celeron® Processor - Low Power and Intel® Pentium® III processor - Low Power

Intel® 815E Scalable Performance Board for Use with Universal Socket 370 Development Kit Manual

Intel® Architecture Software Optimization Reference Manual

Manual: P6 Family of Processors - Hardware Developer's Manual

Manual: Intel® 440BX Scalable Performance Board Development Kit Manual

Manual: P6 Family of Processors - Hardware Developer's Manual

Manual: Intel® 64 and IA-32 Architectures Software Developer's Manuals

Product Brief: Low Voltage Intel® Pentium® III Processor

Packaging Data: Thermal, Electrical and Mechanical Considerations in Applying BGA Technology to a Design

Intel Packaging Databook

Performance Brief: Mobile Pentium® III Processor and 440BX AGPset

Product Brief: Intel® Pentium® III Processors for Embedded Computing

Product Brief: Intel® Pentium® III Processor - Low Power for Embedded Computing

Product Brief: Low Voltage Intel® Pentium® III Processors with 512K Cache for Embedded Computing

Specification Update: Pentium® III Processor

Specification Update: Mobile Intel® Pentium® III Processor and Mobile Intel® Pentium® III Processor - M
Tools and software

Intel® Software Network

Microsoft* Macro Assembler 8.0 (MASM) Package (x86)

Intel Software Development Products

Intel® Performance Library Suite

Intel® Pentium® III Processor Small Matrix Library

Development kits for embedded Intel® architecture

BSDL: Models for the Low Voltage Intel® Pentium® III Processor

IBIS: Pentium® III Processor for the PGA370 Socket I/O Buffer Models in IBIS Format Rev 2.01

IBIS: Low Voltage (LV) Intel® Pentium® III Processor Signal Integrity Models

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