Intel Pentium MMX

This page will show all objects that classify as Intel Pentium MMX, and if possible sorted on production date.


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View processor details Intel Pentium MMX 166 'SY059'
Intel Pentium MMX 166 'SY059'

Another classic; the Pentium MMX at 166MHz. The Pentium MMX was made using a 280nm process instead of 350nm for the Pentium 133, 166 and 200. Because of this it runs cooler and with less voltage. This CPU did not only have MMX technology (which are a set of instructions) but also has twice the L1-ca... > Read more

View processor details Intel Pentium MMX 200 'SY060'
Intel Pentium MMX 200 'SY060'

Same as this Pentium MMX 166 but then 33MHz faster. The 200MHz model became quite popular after some price drops. Intel's competitors couldn't match the Pentium in terms of FPU performance leaving game enthusiasts no other choice then buying the Pentium CPU. ... > Read more

View processor details Intel Pentium MMX 233 'SL27S'
Intel Pentium MMX 233 'SL27S'

This one is like the 166MHz and 200MHz Pentium MMX processor but running at a whopping 233MHz! At the time this was generally the fastest socket 7 processor money could buy.

In my benchmarks it's breaking the 100 F... > Read more

View processor details Intel Pentium MMX 166 'SL23V'
Intel Pentium MMX 166 'SL23V'

Same as this Pentium MMX 166 except that this version comes with an attached heatsink/fan solution. I also noticed that this CPU is multiplier unlocked so it can easily be set on 200MHz by raising the multiplier to 3x. Mutliplier locks prevent people from rel... > Read more

View processor details Intel Pentium MMX 166 'SL27H'
Intel Pentium MMX 166 'SL27H'

Just like this 166MMX but with different sSpec.... > Read more

View processor details Intel Pentium MMX 266 'SL2Z4'
Intel Pentium MMX 266 'SL2Z4'

The fastest Pentium MMX on socket 7 and the second fastest Pentium MMX in the world. The Pentium MMX originally went up to 233MHz but mobile versions were also available in 266MHz and 300MHz versions. The 266MHz version was also made for socket 7 so it can run in very few desktop systems.

Intel u... > Read more