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The P55C (or 80503) was developed by Intel's Research & Development Center in Haifa, Israel. It was sold as Pentium with MMX Technology (usually just called Pentium MMX); although it was based on the P5 core, it featured a new set of 57 "MMX" instructions intended to improve performance on multimedia tasks, such as encoding and decoding digital media data. The Pentium MMX line was introduced on 22 October 1996.

 

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The Pentium MMX P55C (1995)

Intel Pentium MMX 133 MHz

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Intel Pentium MMX 166 MHz

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Intel Pentium MMX 166 MHz (SL27K, the EXACT CPU) Die Picture by Pauli Rautakorpi - Published under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license. Slightly edited by HARDWARECOP.

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Intel Pentium MMX 200 MHz

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Intel Pentium MMX 233 MHz

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The Pentium MMX Tillamook (1997)

Intel Pentium MMX 266 MHz

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Intel Pentium MMX
Intel Pentium MMX

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  • Mobile Pentium MMX: 120 MHz, 150 MHz, 300 MHz

 

Completion Status:

 

  • P55C: 100%
  • Total: 100%

 

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