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Pentium Processors?

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my machine at the moment has a Pentium 133Mhz Processor.

what is the maximum processor can handle?
a 166, 200, MMX????????????????????

My machine is a IBM ThinkPad 760ED.
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Looking at IBM web-pages starting at:
http://www.pc.ibm.com/us/products/
and selecting "ThinkPad",
it appears that the 760ED is no longer marketed.
One of the sub-pages ("build your own computer")
indicates that a P166MMX can be purchased.
The 770 series supports Pentium II processors, e.g., 266MHz.

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