486DX

486DX

A designation for the 486 CPU that distinguished it from the DX2 and DX4 models. See DX2 and DX4.
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0 requires an IBM compatible 486DX PC or better (Pentium processor recommended); Windows '95, '98 or NT 4.
With the desire to produce unique photo-like and manipulated images, I upgraded my computer equipment to include: * a 486DX computer (8 MB of RAM, a 213 MB hard drive, a 1 MB video card) * ComputerEyes/RT interface board * a CD-ROM drive * a mouse * a keyboard * an SVGA color monitor * a Hewlett Packard[R] 550 Color Desk Jet Printer
While Microsoft has tried to keep the minimum hardware configuration for Chicago at a 386DX with 4 megabytes of RAM, I would suggest, at a minimum, a 486DX with 16 megabytes of RAM.
He stormed out to the gate where Peter was checking the day's intake on his Compaq 486DX Deskpro computer (I have edited the nuns' story) - next to which, on his workstation, was a fishing pole and a papal crown.
The 486DX includes a coprocessor, which will speed most lab operations.
Rubendunst says most business users opt for machines with the 486DX processor chips, rather than those with SX processors, which are more suitable for the occasional user with very few needs and no desire to upgrade.
Roughly four million 486DX PCs were shipped this year, compared to 103,000 units in 1990, estimates International Data Corp.
Tell them you want a 486DX laptop with 12Mb RAM, 200Mb disk, TFT color screen, PCMIA slots, integral trackball, and V32bis modem, that plugs into a desk docking station with CDROM player, personal laser printer, and LAN connection.
The 486SX lacks the math coprocessor that a 486DX has, but is more reasonably priced.
The SpacePC processor family comes standard with two to four serial ports onboard in Pentium(R) MMX, 586, 486DX, and 386SX class models.
Corporations, civic organization and churches are being asked to donate 486DX personal computers.