P24T

P24T

A scaled-down Pentium chip from Intel that was used to upgrade a 486 on motherboards that had the required socket.
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When questioned about the performance features of ZEOS' new PCs, Herrick said, "Our new systems feature microprocessor ungradability starting with the 486SX processor right up through Intel's new 1993 processor, code named P24T.
The ZIF socket allows ZEOS users to upgrade microprocessors between the Intel 486SX-25, 486DX-33, 486DX2-50, 486DX2-66 microprocessors as well as the future P24T.