OverDrive CPU

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OverDrive CPU

A family of earlier upgrade chips from Intel for replacing older 486 chips with faster 486s or Pentium CPUs. In the mid-1990s, separate blue-colored OverDrive sockets were added to some 486 motherboards for future upgrades.
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Corporations and individuals who purchased a 120 or 133 MHz Pentium processor or PCs equipped with them between October 23, 1995 and January 5, 1996 are entitled to $50 rebates on the purchase of Intel's new Pentium OverDrive processors, which deliver performance to the level of Intel's more advanced chips with MMX or multimedia capability.
They tested four different Pentium-class processor upgrades: an Evergreen 586/133 upgrade, a Gainbery GB-586-133 unit, Intel's Pentium OverDrive for 486, and the Kingston TurboChip 133.
unveiled its 83MHz Pentium OverDrive processor upgrade, designed for Intel DX2 66MHz and Intel 486/33MHz CPU-based systems.
He was a valuable contributor to the widely successful 80486, Pentium, Pentium overdrive and Pentium II CPUs.
Last week the chip giant unfurled the fastest member of the Pentium OverDrive processor family, a 63MHz chip that allows consumers of most 486-based machines to graduate their PCs to Pentium level.
The workstations are upgradeable to the Pentium OverDrive CPU, allowing organizations to preserve their hardware investments.
TokenExpress, the Indeo logo, the MMX logo, the OverDrive logo, the Pentium OverDrive Processor logo, and the ProShare logo are trademarks of Intel.
Table 1 - Benchmark Results and Price Comparison Original Intel MMX Pentium OverDrive Speed Winstone Speed Winstone SRP (MHz) Results (MHz) Results 75 20.
The system's fast 486DX4/100MHz microprocessor will also be upgradeable to the Pentium level using Pentium Overdrive technology.
The new Pentium OverDrive processors with MMX technology provide higher levels of processor performance for existing applications and even better performance for media-rich applications designed for Intel's MMX technology.
It supports the range of Intel processors from 25MHz i486SX to the Pentium OverDrive.
of Stratford, Connecticut, plans to upgrade its 7000 Series voice processing and communications recording systems with the new Pentium Overdrive PC-compatible Multibus I board.