clock-doubled

clock-doubled

[′kläk ¦dəb·əld]
(computer science)
Describing a microprocessor that operates at twice the clock speed of the bus or motherboard to which it is attached.
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Overdrive chips are clock-doubled processors which provide double speed processing internally with compatibility with the existing motherboard clock.
On introduction, the company promoted the unit as the first clock-doubled single chip microprocessor for 386 to 486 upgradability.