clock-tripled

clock-tripled

[′kläk ¦trip·əld]
(computer science)
Describing a microprocessor that operates at three times the clock speed of the bus or motherboard to which it is attached.
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Other Improve Technologies upgrade products are the Make-it 486, which upgrades 286 and 386 PCs to a clock-doubled or clock-tripled 486-based PC, and the Make-it 486DX4, which upgrades slower 486 PCs to accelerated 486DX4 100MHz processor speeds.
These clock-tripled, Am486 microprocessors feature write-back cache memory, 2-pin, industry-standard System Management Mode (SMM) and clock control that allows all CPU activity to be halted.
3-volt SL-Enhanced Intel processors -- including the state-of-the- art IntelDX4 -- for clock-tripled speeds up to 75MHz.
The new clock-tripled, Microsoft Windows-compatible processors feature writeback cache memory and 2-pin, industry-standard System Management Mode (SMM).