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What does PBC stand for?

PBC stands for Pipelined Burst Cache

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Record-setting performance The P5-120XL, by coupling Intel's leading-edge processor with a pipelined burst cache and EDO memory, hit a record-setting overall score of 193 on Ziff-Davis' Winstone(TM) 95 version 1.
Take a look at what's inside MX PCs include high tech features like Intel Pentium and Pentium II Processors (up to 450 MHz of power) for superior speed: -- Synchronous DRAM to match system memory speed with that of the processor -- Pipelined Burst Cache for increased performance and reduced memory refresh rates --32X CD-ROM drives with incredible 4800 Kbps transfer rates --For Internet and to access data faster --56 Kbps fax modems with digital voice --sound cards with 3D sound with 192 voices for the best sound available Whether you play games or listen to cool music you will have theater like sound available -- even MDRAM, SGRAM and EDO ram video accelerators for faster redraw in video applications
5-inch Modular Floppy Disk Drive -- Zoomed Video Port and CardBus Support -- 256K L2 Pipelined Burst Cache -- 128-bit graphics accelerator -- Integrated Wavetable 16-bit Sound with Stereo Speakers -- 2 Deep-Socketed PCMCIA Type II Slots or 1 Type III -- Parallel, Serial, VGA, PS/2, Infrared Port -- Internal Mic, Headphone/Speaker, Line-In, Line-Out Mic Jacks, NTSC/PAL Out -- EZ Pad(TM) Pointing Device -- Carrying Case -- Full-sized 85 Key Keyboard -- Microsoft Windows(R) 95 Build-To-Order The Gateway Solo 2300 multimedia notebook is available in standard configurations or it can be custom configured using the company's build-to-order business model.
Its entire product line is equipped with the highest-quality, industry standard components, including: The Intel Triton chipset to support both synchronous burst SRAM and EDO (Extended Data Out) DRAM memory and to provide PCI, Pipelined Burst Cache, Socket 7 and VRM (voltage regulator module) support; Intel Pentium processors (75 to 200 Mhz), as well as pin-compatible 6x86 CPUs from Intel, Cyrix and NexGen/AMD (100 to 150 Mhz and beyond); PCI Local Bus architecture; 64-bit PCI graphics accelerator with 1 MB of memory; Flash EPROM; one parallel and two serial; four ISA and three PCI expansion slots; Flash BIOS with Plug and Play extensions; a 1.