Triton chipset

Triton chipset

The name Intel previously used for its chipsets. See Intel chipsets.
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In addition, the Mobile Triton Chipset will allow for easier CPU upgrades so users can speed up as chip technology does.
The Intel Triton chipset to support both synchronous burst SRAM and EDO (Extended Data Out) DRAM memory and to provide PCI, Pipelined Burst Cache, Socket 7 and VRM (voltage regulator module) support; Intel Pentium processors (75 to 200 Mhz), as well as pin-compatible 6x86 CPUs from Intel, Cyrix and NexGen/AMD (100 to 150 Mhz and beyond); PCI Local Bus architecture; 64-bit PCI graphics accelerator with 1 MB of memory; Flash EPROM; one parallel and two serial; four ISA and three PCI expansion slots; Flash BIOS with Plug and Play extensions; a 1.
Utilizing Intel's PCI-based Mobile Triton chipset, the SoundBook CD offers support for Intel's Pentium TCP processor in 100, 120 and 133 MHz speeds, Extended Data Out (EDO) RAM and Pipelined Burst Cache.
Intel(R) 100 or 120 MHz Pentium(R) Processor Intel Triton Chipset 16 Mb High Performance EDO RAM 1.
Intel 150 or 166 MHz Pentium Processor Intel Triton Chipset 16 Mb High Performance EDO RAM 512Kb Pipelined Burst Cache 1.
By integrating the most advanced technologies -- an enhanced graphics engine, Triton chipset, extended data output RAM and burst synchronous cache -- on an HP-designed motherboard, HP produces a PC that offers superb 64-bit graphics and multimedia capabilities.
Based on the Triton chipset, the M54Hi offers Mode 4 bus mastering IDE, "plug and play," and both ISA and PCI expansion slots.
Designed specifically to complement the Pentium processor, the Triton chipset boosts the performance of PCI bus, cache and memory.
The ALR Optima uses the latest Triton chipset technology and most powerful 75- and 90-MHz Pentium processors from Intel, two important features that make these systems attractive to corporations.