clock-doubled

clock-doubled

[′kläk ¦dəb·əld]
(computer science)
Describing a microprocessor that operates at twice the clock speed of the bus or motherboard to which it is attached.
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Improve's write-back caching software comes with the Make-it 586 upgrade and, along with the upgrade chip, accounts for clock-doubled and clock- tripled performances.
We've recently announced Potomac, a clock-doubled 50-MHz 486SX-class processor and will soon introduce our Rio Grande product, our next 486 derivative for the notebook market.
Clock-doubled processors offer significantly improved performance over the original i486SX and i486DX CPUs by running the internal core logic at twice the speed of the PC's system memory and support logic.