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).
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.