386SLC


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386SLC

An IBM version of the 386SX that included power management capabilities and an 8KB memory cache, which caused it to run as fast as a 386DX.
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PS/ValuePoint 325T featuring IBM's 25 megahertz (MHz) 386SLC microprocessor, with 8 kilobyte (KB) internal cache, 4 megabytes (MB) of random access memory (RAM), 80 MB hard drive, and 6312 Super Video Graphics Array (SVGA) color display is now for $1,409.
Customers using IBM's 386SLC processor will see performance faster than anything in its class.
As part of the multi-year agreement, American will purchase several PS/2 models, including the Model 57 SLC, which utilizes IBM's cutting- edge 386SLC microprocessor; the PS/2 Model 95, which provides server technology; and the Model 90, IBM's most powerful desktop system.
The 486SLC2 upgrade can double the performance of IBM's PS/2 Model 56 and 57 386SLC systems, and nearly quadruple the performance of the Model 56 SX and 57 SX systems.
PS/2 Models 56 SLC and 57 SLC use the powerful 386SLC chip, which features 8 kilobytes (KB) of internal cache and an internal cache controller.
Intel participated in testing the 386SLC and has determined it is 100 percent compatible with Intel 386 architecture.
IBM raised the technology bar again today by introducing the industry's fastest 386SX personal computers, powered by IBM's 386SLC microprocessor.
This option card, which installs easily in the math coprocessor socket on the system board, utilizes the 386SLC.
The powerful 386SLC chip, designed and manufactured in IBM's Burlington, Vt.
The new upgrade option utilizes the powerful new IBM 386SLC processor, designed and manufactured in IBM's Burlington, Vt.
The IBM 386SLC chip powers the PS/2(A) Cached Processor Option, which boosts performance of the PS/2 Model 57 SX by up to 88 percent.