Pentium class

Pentium class

A Pentium CPU chip or to a PC that uses the chip. The term is also used for non-Intel CPUs that are Pentium compatible, such as the Athlon chips from AMD. See P6 class.
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Prior to the Pentium class of processors, 5V directly from the AC/DC silver box was used as the processor core voltage.
ToolBoss is a Pentium class computer loaded with Microsoft Windows 2000 to run Kennametal's versatile Automated Tool Management Solutions (ATMS) software.
System Requirements Pentium class PC, VGA or higher display, Windows 95/98SE/ME/NT4/2000/XP, 40 MB hard drive space, 64 MB RAM (128 MB recommended), Internet access.
What is the Pentium class, 64 Pentium III and 32 MB minimum hardware MB RAM, 500 configuration MB disk drive space needed?
It requires a Pentium class machine, 6 megabytes of disk space and at least 64MB of RAM.
Recommended configuration: IBM compatible PC or laptop, Windows 95/98/ME/2000 with DirectX 7.0 or better (Note: You can download the DirectX from the Microsoft Web site at http://www.microsoft.com), 450 MHz Pentium Class, 64 MB Ram or greater, 225 MB free HD space, 2 MB SVGA video card, mouse (joystick preferred--calibrated through Windows 95 and designated ID #1), CD-ROM, sound card.
Compatible with today's Pentium class PCs, Studio DV is designed for use with camcorders equipped with FireWire/1394 inputs and outputs, such as Sony's Digital8 models.
Its Pentium class computer lets it transform into a configurable Windows PC.
The first Pentium class solution in the embedded market, the X3e is a new high-speed solution engineered to be the price/performance leader.
Highlights of the [micro]DCS 2000 system include Pentium class processors for faster system throughput.; a main memory that is expandable to 128 MB of RAM; a built-in 10/100 Mbs Ethernet; and enhanced control loops that provide between 300 and 400 loops per second in a minimally configured system, the company said.
Power semiconductor products are used by Pentium class and hot swap file servers and device bay applications.
Windows NT(TM) takes advantage of all of the computing power available in today's pentium class processors.