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Intel Mobile CPU Question


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datarunner

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Hi All

Can someone tell me what the SL numbers mean on an Intel Mobile CPU

I'm looking to replace an Intel SL7S9 CPU, can I just replace it with any SL version or does it have to be an exact match?

Info appreciated

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The SL number is part of the model number, also known as specification number. A five character string (SL7AA, SL8VN, etc.) that is printed on the processor, and used to identify the processor. By knowing the processor's sSpec Number, you can find out the processor's core speed, cache size and speed, core voltage, maximum operating temperature and so on.

The SL7S9 is a Pentium M 750 in 478 socket format. Theoretically any chipset of the same socket would fit and be readable depending on the laptop in question.
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The SL number is part of the model number, also known as specification number. A five character string (SL7AA, SL8VN, etc.) that is printed on the processor, and used to identify the processor. By knowing the processor's sSpec Number, you can find out the processor's core speed, cache size and speed, core voltage, maximum operating temperature and so on.

The SL7S9 is a Pentium M 750 in 478 socket format. Theoretically any chipset of the same socket would fit and be readable depending on the laptop in question.


Great thanks
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