4 Replies Latest reply on May 8, 2013 12:37 PM by sylvia_intel

    Differences between LE80536LC0172M-SL89N, LE80536LC0172M-SLJ8U, and RJ80536LC0172M-SLJ95

    ouphesaplenty

      Hello, Processors Community. This is my first post here. I hope someone can help me with a pretty nuanced question.

       

      I am working on a product that originally used the LE80536LC0172M (Intel® Pentium® M Processor LV 738 (2M Cache, 1.40 GHz, 400 MHz FSB) with S-Spec SL89N. I saw there was a change in the S-Spec for this part (SL89N → SLJ8U), as well as a change in MM# (868295 → 915861) and MDDS Pkg ID (1062 → 5980). I saw this in the MDDS document for the part. It looks like this was a change to make the part RoHS-compliant. I understand I can't order MM# 868295 anymore, and that's fine. Can someone please confirm that all changes between the different MM# are explained in the MDDS document, that it's just making a RoHS-compliant version?

       

      The RJ80536LC0172M appears to be the exact same processor as the LE80536LC0172M, except that it has a different S-Spec, MM#, and MDDS Pkg ID. The MDDS document for the "RJ" version shows that it is not RoHS-compliant because of lead solder beads and brominated flame retardants. Can someone please disclose if there are any differences between the "LE" and the "RJ" versions, besides the solder beads? One of my associates recommended replacing the LE80536LC0172M-SL89N with the RJ80536LC0172M-SLJ95, but I have to know what differences there are between the version numbers, if any.

       

      Thanks for you help,

      Matt