May 31, 2020
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Intel releases the 166 MHz and 200 MHz Pentium processors
Digital Equipment introduces the 64-bit Alpha 21164PC processor.
Intel releases the Pentium OverDrive processor with MMX, with 32 kB cache.
Advanced Micro Devices introduces the K6 processor, featuring MMX instructions and dual 32 kB on-chip caches.
Intel releases the Pentium II processor.
Intel announces the 133 MHz Pentium processor with MMX technology for notebook computers.
Intel introduces the Mobile Pentium II processor, in speeds of 233 and 266 MHz.
Intel releases the 350 and 400 MHz Pentium II processors, with 100 MHz memory bus interface.
Intel releases 366 and 400 MHz Celeron processors
Intel announces the new mobile Pentium II processors, with integrated 256 kB L2 cache.
Intel releases the Pentium III Xeon processor.
Intel releases first processors made with 0.18 micron manufacturing process, 400 MHz Pentium II and Celeron processors.
Intel introduces the Mobile Pentium III processor. Speeds available are 400, 450, and 500 MHz, with 100 MHz bus and 256 kB Level 2 cache.
Intel releases the 750 and 800 MHz Pentium III processors.
Intel announces the 600 MHz Mobile Pentium III processor
Intel releases the 850 and 866 MHz Pentium III processors.
Intel releases the 933 MHz Pentium III processor.
Intel releases the 1.13 GHz Pentium III processor.
Intel announces the 1.4 GHz Pentium 4 processor, incorporating 42 million transistors.
Intel releases 800 and 850 MHz mobile Pentium III processors
Intel announces the release of the 1 GHz mobile Pentium III processor
Intel releases the 1.6 GHz Pentium 4 processor.
Intel releases the 1.7 GHz Pentium 4 processor.
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