Pentium MMX


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Pentium MMX

A Pentium CPU with added instructions for improved multimedia performance. See MMX and Pentium.
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Did you know that the Pentium MMX Chip technology was designed in Israel at Intel?
Before that he was a member of the Pentium MMX and Pentium 4 architecture validation teams at Intel.
Built around a Pentium MMX CPU and high-resolution 12.4-in.
For die-hard Macintosh users interested in learning Windows applications, a G3 233 MHz system with a 4 GIGB hard drive and 64 MB RAM memory will run virtual PC with Windows 95 or 98 at Pentium MMX speeds.
The game requires Windows 95/98/NT; 233MHz Pentium MMX (Pentium II recommended); 64MB RAM; a Quad-Speed CD-ROM drive; an SVGA graphics card capable of 32-bit color (PCI or AGP bus recommended); and an Internet service provider for multi-player.
In a related announcement, HNS said yesterday it will use Intel Corp's Pentium MMX chips inside the set-top box it's developing for AOL and also in new products "for the foreseeable future." But rather than just supply Hughes with chips, Marta Hasler, strategic marketing director for Intel's home products group, said the two companies will also work together to develop and implement next-generation set-top box standards in future products.
The year closed with the disclosure on the Computer Shopper Web site that Intel had killed the Pentium MMX line.
Multicom Persada has recently introduced two types: Mugen Power, which uses Pentium MMX, and Mugen Power 2, which uses Pentium II.
(My first computer had been rendered "obsolete" after only six months.) The new computer has a 200 MHz Pentium MMX chip, 3 GB of disk space, and 32 MB of memory.
Computer City's "environment," which will be rolled out by the end of the month, will include an 8-or 12-foot backwall promotion, and three demonstra- tion stations at which consumers can try software designed for the Pentium MMX processor as well as make a phone call over the Internet with Intel VideoP- hone.
Customers can literally find everything from a spare cable or a basic word processor to a top-of-the-line system like a new Pentium MMX by Intel.