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The mid 1990s saw the development of SDRAM memory technology allowing faster data access than the EDO DRAM in common use at that time.
It features a new modular options slot, SelectBay, which allows for interchanging the modular floppy disk drive with the CD-ROM.A variety of other impressive features are included, such as a 75MHz Pentium 2.9 volt processor with Intel's unique powersaving voltage reduction technology, 8MB of high-speed EDO DRAM (expandable to 40 MB), and a built-in power supply.