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Stealey (microprocessor)

Produced 2007
Common manufacturer(s)
  • Intel
Max. CPU clock rate 600 MHz to 800 MHz
FSB speeds 400 MT/s
Min. feature size 90 nm
Instruction set x86, SSE, SSE2
Microarchitecture P6 variant
CPUID code 06dx
Product code 80536
Cores 1
Brand name(s)
  • Intel A100
  • Intel A110

Stealey is the codename for a low-power x86 architecture microprocessor based on a Dothan core derived from the Intel Pentium M, built on a 90 nm process with 512 KB L2 cache and 400 MT/s front side bus (FSB). It was branded as Intel A100 and Intel A110 and appeared as part of the McCaslin platform.[1] They were replaced in 2008 by the Menlow platform, including the 45 nm Silverthorne CPU and Poulsbo SCH.[2]

The A110 runs at 800 MHz, the A100 at 600 MHz, and both have a TDP of 3 watts, and a power consumption in the lowest power state of only 0.4 watts.[3]

The A100 and A110 processors are part of the Intel Ultra Mobile Platform 2007[4] and were designed to be used in MIDs, UMPCs and Ultralight laptops.

See also


  1. ^ Evan Blass (2007-04-06), Intel poised to unveil new UMPC platform?,  
  2. ^ Intel News Disclosures From Day 2 Of The Intel Developer Forum In Beijing,  
  3. ^ Intel Processor A100 and A110 on 90 nm Process with 512-KB L2 Cache,  
  4. ^ Intel Ultra Mobile Platform 2007,  

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