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Re: [ProgSoc] pentium processors
> BTW, what on earth is the difference between the (original) Celeron and a
> Pentium MMX, besides clock speed? Is it just a new naming?
Erm - I know I initiated this discussion in the first place due to my
ignorance of what the celeron was, but isn't a Celeron based on the
Pentiium II architecture (minus cache), and a Pentium MMX based on the
Origianl Pentium architecture with a few extra opcodes thrown in? Speaking
of which, where doth the Pentium Pro fit into the picture?
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