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The Mendocino Celerons also introduced new packaging. When the Mendocinos debuted they came in both a Slot 1 and Socket 370 PPGA package. The Slot 1 form had been designed to accommodate the off-chip cache of the Pentium II and had mounting problems with motherboards. Because all Celerons are a single-chip design, however, there was no reason to retain the slot packaging for L2 cache storage, and Intel discontinued the Slot 1 variant: beginning with the 466 MHz part, only the PPGA Socket 370 form was offered. (Third-party manufacturers made motherboard slot-to-socket adaptors (nicknamed Slockets) available for a few dollars, which allowed, for example, a Celeron 500 to be fitted to a Slot 1 motherboard.)

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Core Frequency:366 MHz
Board Frequency:66 MHz
Clock Multiplier:5.5
Data bus (ext.):64 Bit
Address bus:36 Bit
Transistors:19,000,000
Circuit Size:0.25
Voltage:2.0 V
Introduced:January 4, 1999
Manufactured:week 48/1998
Made in:Malaysia
L1 Cache:16+16 KB
L2 Cache:128 KB
CPU Code:Celeron Mendocino
Intel S-Spec: SL36C
Package Type:Plastic
PGA-370
Socket: 370
 
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