Intels Pentium processor was the first 32bit CPU for the PC family. It was first released in March 22, 1993 and manufactured for clock rates from 60 to 233 Mhz, performing up to 100 MIPS. The Pentium processor was Intels successor to the i486 processor and used a PipeLine and larger level 1 Cache for a significant performance boost.

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