486SLC

486SLC

(1) A 486SX-compatible CPU from Cyrix that was pin compatible with the 386SX, had a 1K cache and used a 16-bit bus. It provided an upgrade path for 386SXs.

(2) The IBM version of the 486SX.
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Arguably, the introduction of Cyrix's 486SLC class chips forced Intel to move up the deadline for the introduction of the Pentium.
This portable computer has a 486SLC, 25MHz microprocessor and a 10.
Standard features of this sub-system include a 486SLC 33MHz a processor, 80 or 120MB removable hard drive, 4-20 MB RAM, and a 64 level grey scale display (VGA 640x480).
In 1994 Cyrix transitioned its product mix from entry level lines such as the 486SLC and 486DLC microprocessors and math coprocessors to primarily 486DX and 486DX2 microprocessors.
The REV TO 486(386SX) and 386SX2) CPU upgrades convert an Intel or AMD 386SX processor into a powerful 486SLC or 486SLC2.
The tablets are based on 486SLC, 25MHz microprocessors; have 9.