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Intel processor family - which one

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I was wondering if there was a chart somewhere that listed all the different Pentium processors with which family and Pentium class they belonged to, ie PII had from x MHz to y MHz and so on. I have seen some pages with some of the info, but not all in one place.
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Homework - do it yourself!!
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by:sorgie
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you can find it in any good book store
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by:Kyle Schroeder
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http://developer.intel.com/design/litcentr/index.htm

Look under the Intel Architecture Processor Family.  Its not all in one table, but the information is there (though it will take some doing to dig it out).

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by:nnocida
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Try the book "Upgrading and Repairing PC's"
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by:rahlf192
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A lot of good answers {except the do it yourself response} but the rosycomputers page had the info I was looking for.
Thanks
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But was this a homework assignment?  You didn't answer that.
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I haven't done homework for over 20 years, what it is for is my concern. Thank you for participating.
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