All objects with Mendocino chip

Intel's Mendocino, or second version of the Celeron, performaned better than the original Covington. Although it was basically the same processor, the new version did have 128KB L2-cache. Now the L2-cache even ran at full-speed which boosted performance. To avoid confusion Intel used the 'A' suffix for the 300MHz and 333MHz models.

Overclockers loved the new Celeron. Many 300MHz or 333MHz models could run at 373MHz or 416MHz which is quite a noticeable difference.

Vendor
Name
Trans.
vCore
ES?
Date
Socket
sSpec
Intel
19M
2V
No
9847
Slot 1
SL32A
Intel
19M
2V
No
9834
Slot 1
SL32B
Intel
19M
2V
No
9845
Slot 1
SL2WN
Intel
19M
2V
No
9937
S370
SL36B
Intel
19M
2V
No
9850
Slot 1
SL37Q
Intel
19M
2V
No
9940
S370
SL36C
Intel
19M
2V
No
9929
S370
SL3A2
Intel
19M
2V
No
9941
S370
SL37X
Intel
19M
2V
No
0008
S370
SL3BA
Intel
19M
2V
No
9935
S370
SL3BS
Intel
19M
2V
No
0020
S370
SL3EH
Intel
19M
2V
No
0012
S370
SL3FL
Intel
19M
2V
No
9938
S370
SL3LQ
Intel
19M
2V
No
9948
S370
SL3FY
Intel
19M
2V
No
0021
S370
SL3FZ
Intel
19M
2V
No
0206
S370
SL3FZ