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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.
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
The G5-166-SE features an Intel(R) 166MHz Pentium Processor, 16Mb SDRAM, 256K Pipelined Burst Cache, 2Mb 3D 64-bit PCI Graphics, 1.
256 KB pipelined burst cache for even more speed and
All standard Millennia systems feature MPEG playback, 3D graphics, 8X CDROM, pipelined burst cache, EDO DRAM, 16-bit stereo sound and a 5-year/3-year Micron Power(SM) warranty.
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.
The next generation Millennia(TM) and Home MPC(TM) series of personal computers are centered around the Intel(TM) 82430HX chipset, ultra-fast EDO DRAM, and pipelined burst cache.
Utilizing Intel's PCI-based Mobile Triton chipset, the SoundBook CD offers support for Intel's Pentium TCP processor in 100, 120 and 133 MHz speeds, Extended Data Out (EDO) RAM and Pipelined Burst Cache.