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Processor 6x86opt 0.78 e-mails, Tuning for Cyrix, IBM or SGS-CPUs shareware 15.-DM
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Processor CPU-Upgrade: practice tips: arming, Mainboard-Konfig., engine changes for 586er-Sockel, diagnosis tools for example Sandra2.20, info pro 1.60, Winbench 98,
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Processor Phony Intel CPU's, Pentium I I -350Mhz as 450Mhz overclocks, identification, what do,...
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Processor PC-Welt-Artikel < Intel: revolution against the CPU technology >: the entire article can be down-loaded on the PCWelt-Homepage ( as PDF.--time step installments up to 4GHz from 2005--CPUs from several kernels
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Processor Processor 8086 of Intel: technical info: manufacturers: Intel CISC register width: 16 bits of data bus width internally and external: 16 bits of address bus width: 20 bits virtual address space: 1MByte numbers of the commands: 14.000 (150*90) available ti
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Processor Processor 8088 of Intel: technical info: manufacturers: Intel CISC register width: 16 bits of data bus width internally: 16 bits of data bus width external: 8 bits of address bus width: 20 bits virtual address space: 1MByte numbers of the commands: 14.000
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Processor Processor data f or 50 Proz., type 5x86 6x86 Pentium: MMX, support, system time step, processor time step, time step relationship, supply tension,
ID: Proze00476

Processor Processors and your sockets of the Ur-Pentium until Pentium IV, AMD K2,
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Processor Processor history 1978: In tel introduces the first X86-Prozessor. the 8086 possesses a 16 bit of architecture. however, this cannot assert as planned itself. co the 8086 begins Intels 80x86-Erfolgsserie. from now at is all Intel-CPUs downward compatible.
ID: Proze01919

Processor Processor history 1979: In tel builds the lost weight version of the 8086, the 8088. internally the CPU still works with 16 bits, however external only with 8. the corresponding NEC reproduction is called V30. further Linzenzen get manufacturers like AMD,
ID: Proze01920

Processor Processor history 1981: IB M builds computer with a 8088 processor of Intel the chief domestic staff. this computer became known under the name XT. based on the 8086 was introduced the AT series of IBM. the designs were released to the reproduction - one o
ID: Proze01921

Processor Processor history 1982: co the 80286 introduces Intel a new one with almost 130000 transistors in 16bit-CPU. IBM uses AT (Advanced Technology) the 16 bit of processor in a PC with the additional name. he/it was supplemented opposites the predecessor PC/XT
ID: Proze01922

Processor Processor history 1985: th e 80386 sees the light of the world. as first 32 bits of processor was accepted by the users only hesitantly he/it at beginning. re had to do Intel a step backwards. the 32 bit of age dawns: possesses 275.000 transistors of Intel
ID: Proze01923

Processor Processor history 1989: th e 80386 is shed and as SX-Variante was introduced. in the same year, his/its debut (April) gives of the 80486. at the end of his/its development reaches of the 486er speeds of 100 MHz. the newest processor of Intel, that in 80486
ID: Proze01924

Processor Processor history 1991: so mething of the 80386 with Intel is, AM386 near AMD (March) now is called. is first Clone of Intels 80386DX, that is based on the Microcode of Intel, taktet initially with 20, later with 40MHz. in July, it follows the 386SX-Clone
ID: Proze01925

Processor Processor history 1992: Cy rix brings the 386SX-Clone Cx486SLC on the market with 25 MHz. shortly after with 33 MHz as DLC and external time step, however, he/it possesses only 1kB caches and no mathematical Coprozessor. in the litigation between Intel un
ID: Proze01926

Processor Processor history 1993: In tel introduces the fifth processor generation, the Pentium. Intel surprises the competition:, to wipe out about the Clonern one, Intel doesn't call his/its new chip 80586 but Pentium, a name, that merchandise-legally itself, in c
ID: Proze01927

Processor Processor history 1994: ba ckground management: AMD wins the dispute about his/its mathematical Co-Prozessor" 287" against Intel. the first big PC manufacturer, Compaq, picks up AMD-Produkte into his/its program. January 1994: Cyrix introduces further 486
ID: Proze01928

Processor Processor history 1995: In tel introduces the Pentium pro in November. this pro doesn't require any more external L2-Cache, since this is accommodated on the processor for the first time. on Standard-PCs, the expensive Pentium cannot become pro generally a
ID: Proze01929

Processor Processor history 1997: in January of the year introduces Intel under the name MMX the MultiMedia-EXtensions. becomes multimedia to the catchword. the first processor with this feature is the Pentium MMX. in May, the manufacturer pushes according to the P
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Processor Processor history 1998: th e Intel BX-Chipsatz drives the performance of the PC-Systeme in the summer of the year farther to the front - CPUs of AMD is supported by this chip sentence, however, no more. simultaneously, Intel introduces the savings variatio
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Processor Processor history 1999: co the idea of the Pentium IIIs is rung in another round in the accomplishment battle. the Pentium III still is based on the kernel of the Pentium pro. Intel compensates for this something with the continual increase of the clock f
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Processor Processor history 1971: th e CPU manufacturer Intel brings the 4004 on the market. clock frequency: 108 kHz; 2300 transistors. the processor is celebrated as" first computer on one single chip". ~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~+ the info of this series" comes process
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Processor Processor history 1974: th e successor of the 4004, who becomes in 8080, introduced. these chips become put in as Steuerelemnte for machines. clock frequency: 2 MHz; 6000 transistors. also Motorola presents an only 8 bit of microprocessor, that in 6808.
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Processor Processor history 1975: th e 1969 established chip manufacturers Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) introduces the 8080A. simultaneously, two former Intel-Mitarbeiter establish the company Zilog. you bring on the market, that understands more commands than the I
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Processor Processor history 1977: Ap ple produces computers with the Apple II a domestic staff. the" personal computer" works with the 6502 processor, that a former Motorola-Mitarbeiter developed.
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Processor Processor history 1980: Si emens sells his/its first x86-CPUs: SAB 8086 and 8088.
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Processor Processor history 1984: In tel sues NEC. the business injured the copyrights at the 8088 and 8086, so the reproach on Intel. Motorola introduces the 32bit-CPUs to 68010 and 68020. Apple delivers the first Macintosh; he/it is driven by Motorolas 68000er. AM
ID: Proze01938

Processor Processor history 1986: th e first PC manufacturer, who starts the 80386, is Compaq; other suppliers follows suit. CPU manufacturer Nexgen is established. the Californian undertaking begins X-86-Prozessoren the 5. generation to develop. Motorola presents t
ID: Proze01939

Processor Processor history 1987: AM D sues Intel because of breach of contract. ZILOG presents the Z280, a 16 bit of version of the Z80. IBM, the PS/2-Reihe announces. the new computers work with 80286 - and 80386-CPUs (time step installments between 8 and 20 MHz),
ID: Proze01940

Processor Processor history 1988: in April is established Cyrix. the business manufactures mathematical Coprozessoren. AMD developed the 286er at first: the CPU in CMOS technology taktet with 20 as well as 25 MHz and almost reaches the level of a 386 processor. Jun
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Processor Processor history 1990: AM D announces a 386 processor: the Am386. Intel accuses AMD. the business shall forbidden-prove the Intel-Microcode in the AMD-Coprozessor 80287 had used.
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Processor Processor history 1996: Ja nuary 1996: Intels Pentium taktet with 150 and 166 MHz. Februarys 1996: AMD presents the Am5x86. the 486DX-Prozessor taktet internally with 133 MHz, external: 33 MHz. Intels answer: the prices of the P100 and P120 falls by up to
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Processor Processor history 1976: In tel and AMD agrees on a technology exchange. in the border of this agreement, AMD gets among other things the licence for Intels Microcode.
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Processor Second levels cache and Windows NT4 / 2000 : new processors like for example AMD Athlon or Pentium II/III with Kamai-Kern or Intel Xeon possesses more than usual 256KB L2-Cache. the operating system must be forced explicitly cache this, 512KB until 2MB, to
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Processor Upgrades for 486 and Pentium
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