The current Intel processor family, which succeeded the 486.
The name Pentium is originally derived from the Greek word pente (πέντε), meaning `five` (as the original Pentium processors used Intel`s fifth-generation microarchitecture, the P5), and the Latin ending -ium. The current Pentium processors only share the name but are in fact based on the same processor chips that are used in the Intel Cor......Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pentium
(from the article `Intel Corporation`) American manufacturer of semiconductor computer circuits. Besides microprocessors, the company makes microcontrollers (single-chip computers), memory ...Found on http://www.britannica.com/eb/a-z/p/40
A high-speed microprocessor chip made by Intel.
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this is a 32-bit cpu with a 64-bit data bus produced by Intel Corporation
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