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+12V power sources,
+3.3V power sources,
+5V power sources,
-12V power sources,
-5V power sources,
.09-micron manufacturing,
.13-micron manufacturing,
/c switch (XCOPY32 command),
/e switch (XCOPY32 command),
/h switch (XCOPY32 command),
/k switch (XCOPY32 command),
/r switch (XCOPY32 command)
1.2MB 5 1/4″ floppy drives,
1.3″ floppy drives,
1.44MB 3.5″ floppy drives,
1.8″ floppy drives,
1000-3-2 Harmonics standard,
1000-3-3 Flicker standard,
100BASE-TX,
101-key keyboards
     connectors
     foreign language versions
     layout
     removable keycaps
     scan codes
104-key keyboards,
1″ floppy drives 2nd 3rd
10BASE-T,
11Mbps Wi-Fi 2nd
1284 parallel port standard,
137GB barrier (CHS),
1394 standard
     1394a standard
     1394b standard
     advantages of
     cables
     CD/DVD drives
     chipsets
     compared to USB
     connectors
     device connections
     hot-plugging
     signaling rates
     topology
14.31818Mhz crystals,
16-bit ISA (Industry Standard Architecture) buses 2nd
     DMA (Direct Memory Access) channels
     interrupts
16-bit processors
     80286
     80386
     8086
     real mode operation
16-bit systems
     bus designs
     compared to 8-bit systems
     expansion slots
16450 UART chips,
16550 UART chips,
16550A UART chips,
16650 UART chips,
16750 UART chips,
168-pin DIMMs (dual inline memory modules), 2nd
16850 UART chips,
16950 UART chips,
184-pin DIMMs (dual inline memory modules), 2nd
184-pin RIMMs (dual inline memory modules),
1xx-243xxx POST (power on self test) codes,
2-2-2 timing,
2.1GB barrier (CHS),
2.5″ ATA drive cables,
2.5″ floppy drives,
2.88MB 3.5″ floppy drives,
20-pin ATX main power connectors,
24-bit mode (video adapters),
240-pin DDR2 DIMMs (dual inline memory modules),
25-pin serial port connectors,
250-pin DIMMs (dual inline memory modules),
286 processors
     80287 math coprocessor
     addressable memory
     bus widths
     maximum installable memory
     protected mode
     real mode 2nd
     speeds
2D graphics,
3-3-3 timing,
3.5″ floppy drives 2nd
30-pin SIMMs (single inline memory modules),
305 RAMAC (Random Access Method of Accounting and Control) drives,
32-bit ISA (Industry Standard Architecture) buses 2nd
32-bit mode (video adapters),
32-bit processors
     80386
         386DX
         386SL
         80387 math coprocessors
         addressable memory
         MMU (memory management unit)
         protected mode
         virtual real mode
     80486
         486DX
         486SL
         486SX
         AMD 486 (5×86)
         burst-mode memory cycles
         Cyrix/TI 486
         DX2/OverDrive
         DX4 processors
         Level 1 cache
         math coprocessors 2nd
         Pentium OverDrives
         speeds
     AMD K5
     IA-32 mode operation
     IA-32 virtual real mode operation
     IA-32e 64-bit extension mode operation
     Pentium
         address bus width
         addressable memory
         BiCMOS
         BTB (branch target buffer)
         cache
         classic (non-MMX) steppings
         DIMM width
         FDIV (floating-point divide) bug
         first-generation
         instruction processing
         math coprocessors
         Model 1 steppings
         packaging
         power management bugs
         second-generation
         SIMM width
         specifications
         superscalar architecture
         twin data pipelines
         voltage 2nd
     Pentium OverDrive
     Pentium-MMX 2nd
32-bit systems
     bus designs
     compared to 8-bit systems
     expansion slots
32.768Khz crystals,
3340 Winchester drives,
360KB 5.25″ floppy drives,
386 processors,
     386DX
     386SL
     386SX
     80387 math coprocessor
     82350 chipset
     addressable memory
     bus widths
     IA-32 mode operation
     maximum installable memory
     MMU (memory management unit)
     protected mode
     virtual real mode
386DX processors,
386SL processors,
386SX processors,
387DX math coprocessors,
387SX math coprocessors,
3Com,
3D audio
     DirectX support
     positional audio
     processing
3D chipsets,
     Matrox chipsets
     NVIDIA chipsets
     SiS chipsets
     XGI chipsets
3D graphics,
     3D chipsets
         Matrox chipsets
         NVIDIA chipsets
         SiS chipsets
         XGI chipsets
     animation
     antialiasing
     bilinear filtering
     depth cueing
     DirectX 6.0-9.0
     displacement mapping
     dual-GPU scene rendering
         ATI CrossFire
         NVIDIA SLI
     environment-based bump mapping
     flat shading
     floating-point calculations
     fogging
     Gouraud shading
     hardware/software acceleration
     history of
     image abstractions
     image rendering 2nd
     keyframe interpolation
     MIP mapping
     perspective correction
     primitives
     scan conversion
     shading
     software optimization
     stencil buffering
     T&L (transform and lighting)
     T-buffers
     texture mapping
     textures
     trilinear filtering
     vertex skinning
     vertices
     visible surface determination
     Z-buffering
3DNow!,
3DPA (3D positional audio technology),
3GIO [See PCI-Express,.]
3M Ergonomic Mouse,
4-pin +12V power connectors,
4-way set associative cache,
4.2GB barrier (CHS),
40-conductor ATA cables,
40-pin connectors,
4004 processors,
425W power supply,
450KX/GX chipsets,
486 processors
     486DX
     486SL
     486SX
     487SX math coprocessor
     AMD 486 (5×86)
     burst-mode memory cycles
     bus widths
     Cyrix/TI 486
     DX2/OverDrive
     DX4 processors
     instruction execution times
     Level 1 cache
     math coprocessors
     Pentium OverDrives
     speeds
     upgrading
486DX processors,
486SL processors,
486SX processors,
487SX math coprocessors,
4DWave-NX series sound cards,
5-pin DIN keyboard connectors,
5.1 Surround sound,
5.25″ floppy drives 2nd
50-pin connectors,
528MB barrier (CHS),
555.2 Harmonics standard,
555.3 Flicker standard,
56Kbps modems,
     chipsets
     limitations
     Modem-on-Hold feature
     PCM Upstream feature
     performance optimization
     QuickConnect
     speed
     V.44 standard
     V.90 standard
     V.92 standard
586 processors [See Pentium processors,.]
5GHz band Wi-Fi,
6-pin auxiliary power connectors,
6-pin mini-DIN keyboard connectors,
64-bit extension mode,
64-bit processors
     AMD Athlon 64
     AMD Athlon 64 FX
     AMD Opteron 2nd
     AMD Sempron (Socket 754)
     Celeron 2nd
         benefits
         Celeron D
         DIB (Dual Independent Bus)
         dynamic execution
         FC-PGA (flip chip pin grid array) packages
         history of
         instruction execution
         manufacturing
         Northwood
         PPGA (plastic pin grid array) packages
         processor variations
         running 32-bit software
         SEP (single edge processor) packages
         Socket 370 Celeron
         Socket 478 Celeron
         socket T (LGA775) (LGA 775) Celeron
         Tualatin
         Willamette
     Itanium
     Itanium 2
     Pentium II
         cache
         DIB (Dual Independent Bus) 2nd
         die sizes
         dynamic execution 2nd
         heating/cooling issues
         iCOMP 2.0 Index rating
         installation
         instruction execution
         MMX technology
         Mobile Module
         multiprocessing
         power usage
         processor ID information
         running 32-bit software
         SEC (Single Edge Contact) packaging
         specifications
         speeds
         transistors
         voltage ID definitions
     Pentium II/III Xeon
     Pentium III
         architectural features
         DIB (Dual Independent Bus)
         dynamic execution
         ID markings
         instruction execution
         Level 2 cache
         overclocking
         running 32-bit software
         SECC2 package
         variations
     Pentium Pro
         cache
         chipsets
         DIB (Dual Independent Bus)
         Dual Cavity PGA packaging
         dynamic execution
         instruction execution
         integrated L2 cache
         MCM (multichip module)
         running 32-bit software
         specifications
         speeds
         transistors
         VID (voltage identification) pins
64-bit systems
     bus designs
     compared to 8-bit systems
     expansion slots
645/645DX chipsets,
648/648FX chipsets,
649/SiS649FX chipsets,
650/651 chipsets,
6502 processors,
655/655FX/655TX chipsets,
656 chipsets,
661GX/661FX chipsets,
6805 keyboard controllers,
686 processors [See P6 (686) processors.]
6×86 processors, 2nd
7.1 surround sound,
701 Defense Calculator,
72-pin SIMMs (single inline memory modules),
     illustration
     pinouts
     presence detect pin configurations
720KB 3.5″ floppy drives,
726 Tape Unit,
730S chipsets,
733 chipsets,
735 chipsets,
740 chipsets,
741/741GX chipsets,
745 chipsets,
746 chipsets,
746FX chipsets,
748 chipsets,
755/755FX chipsets,
756 chipsets,
760/760GX chipsets,
761/761GX chipsets,
761GL/761GX chipsets,
8-bit ISA (Industry Standard Architecture) buses,
     DMA (Direct Memory Access) channels
     interrupts
8-bit parallel ports,
8-bit processors,
8-bit systems
     bus designs
     compared to AT-class systems
     expansion slots
8.4GB barrier (CHS),
8/16 Bit I/O Recovery Time setting (BIOS),
80-conductor ATA cables,
8008 processors,
80186 processors,
80188 processors,
802.11-based wireless networks [See Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity).]
80286 processors [See 286 processors.]
80287 math coprocessors,
80386 processors [See 386 processors,.]
80387 math coprocessors,
8042 UPI (Universal Peripheral Interface) chips,
8048 keyboard controllers,
80486 processors [See 486 processors.]
8049 keyboard controllers,
80586 processors [See Pentium processors,.]
80686 processors [See P6 (686) processors.]
8080 processors,
8085 processors,
8086 processors,
     8087 math coprocessor
     address bus width
     bus widths
     cost
     maximum installable memory
8087 math coprocessors,
8088 processors,
     bus widths
     IBM PC
     maximum installable memory
     speeds
810 chipsets,
810E chipsets,
810E2 chipsets,
815 chipsets,
815E chipsets,
815EP chipsets,
820 chipsets,
820E chipsets,
82350 chipsets,
82360SL I/O subsystems,
8250 UART chips,
8250A UART chips,
8250B UART chips,
8255 PPI chips,
82801 ICH (Integrated Controller Hub), 2nd
82801BA ICH (Integrated Controller Hub),
82802 FWH (Firmware Hub), 2nd
82803 memory repeater hubs,
82804 memory repeater hubs,
82806 PCI controller hubs,
82810E GMCH (Graphics Memory Controller Hub),
82840 GMCH (Graphics Memory Controller Hub),
82850 GMCH (Graphics Memory Controller Hub),
82C206 chips,
82C836 SCAT (Single Chip AT) chipsets,
840 chipsets,
845 chipsets,
848P chipsets,
850 chipsets,
860 chipsets,
865 chipsets,
8742 UPI chips,
875P chipsets,
8B/10B encoding,
9-pin serial port connectors,
9-pin to 25-pin serial port connectors,
915 chipsets,
925X chipsets,
925XE chipsets,
945 Express family chipsets,
955X family chipsets,
975X family chipsets,

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