Originally Posted by tpi2007
Actually it's not the entry level. If I'm not mistaken it was one of the first to be released, along with the 2.2 and 2.4 Ghz version, but then they also released 1.8 and 1.6 Ghz versions.
In fact I've got one 1.8Ghz Northwood (400Mhz FSB) in the other Legacy system. If I'm not mistaken the 1.8 Ghz has a 42w TDP.
The ark site from Intel is messed up now in regards to this one's TDP; it says it's 68.1w and even have a 120w (!?!?) version in there, but the previous Processor Spec Finder said 42w. If the 2 Ghz is 54.3w, it is obviously wrong See here
Pretty good eh ? And they say the P4's were power hungry hehehe
And the 1.6Ghz has a 38w TDP Here
(this time Intel's ARK is right)
Ah, crap, you're right
My info source didn't include all the NW CPUs. I figured anything below 2.0 could've only been a willamette
Still, it's at the lower part of the range and considering the stock clock, the OC is pretty decent. Heck, it's quite awesome the guy did this with a multiplier of x20.
Ah, right, there's also the question of whether it's the standard 2.0 or the 2.0A model (only difference - model A had 0,025V less thus resulting in a slightly lower TDP (52,4W vs the original's 54,3W)
Regarding your 1,8 NW, the TDP values across the net are soooo random
Intel says it's 68,1. Wiki
has 2 models listed which, again, only differ in voltages and TDP. The first one is listed as 49.6W, while the second one is at 66,1W. Wiki vs Intel's ARK... Riiiiight...
Not that it matters that much, though...Edited by Hyoketsu - 3/6/11 at 11:36am