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dual Pentium

An earlier PC motherboard that contained two Pentium CPUs. Such machines were designed for use with an operating system that supported symmetric multiprocessing (SMP), such as Windows NT. See SMP.
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"With Force's CPCI-786 now submitted for testing in the HP Blade Server Alliance Program, we continue to move forward to strengthen our blade product offerings, such as with this dual Pentium III blade-the first multi-processor board entered into the program," said Mark Hudson, worldwide marketing manager for HP's Business Systems and Technology Organization.
This site originally relied on a Dual Pentium Pro 200 server with three 4GB drives to run ARCServe, Exchange, and several other applications.
We look forward to their support of our customers building systems with the OR840 workstation board and dual Pentium III processors," said Jim Yasso, general manager, Reseller Products Division, Intel Corporation.
The high end system, the 630, achieved ratings higher than any other 550MHz dual Pentium III Xeon-based machine, with 24.4 SPECint95 and 17.1 SPECfp95.
Dual Pentium processors and 512k of memory are required for the file server and a full T1 line connection to the Internet is a must for bandwidth performance.
Table 3 Low-End Price Ranges for Pentium-Based Systems, Computer Shopper, May 1997 Pentium Pentium/MMX Pentium Pro Dual Pentium Pro 166 MHz 166 MHz 200 MHz 200 MHz 16-MB RAM 16-MB RAM 32-MB RAM 64-MB RAM Low - High Low - High Low - High Low - High $1,100-$1,400 $1,350-$1,700 $2,025-$2,500 $3,600-$4,400
Utilizing dual Pentium III 866-Mhz processors and 2 GB of DRAM, the system provides traffic-engineering capabilities using standard Internet protocols.
Force Computers, a Solectron company (NYSE:SLR) has introduced its new line of dual Pentium 4 processor-based ATX form-factor platforms, the Force Embedded Servers, which includes the FES-4201 board.
Hardware: A Dual Pentium Pro 200 server and three scanners: a Bell & Howell 3338A, a Fujitsu 3099 and a Fujitsu 3097.
Offered now with professional 3D configurations starting at $9,995, the MaxPac 5200 is available in both single and dual Pentium III 550MHz configurations with up to 2GB RAM.