All objects with P5 chip

The first Pentium processor is code-named P5 and was released in two versions; 60MHz and 66MHz. It contains 3.1 million transistors, uses 5V to operate and is made in a 0.8 Ám process.

Major differences in the Pentium are:
Superscalar architecture
The Pentium has two pipelines (datapaths) that allow to complete two instructions per clock cycle. The main pipe can handle any instruction, while the other can handle most common simple instructions.

64-bit external databus
Doubles the amount of data being transferred to the memory and I/o compared to a 486.

Seperation of code and data cache
Decreases the fetch and operand read/write conflicts.

Faster floating point unit

Vendor
Name
Trans.
vCore
ES?
Date
Socket
sSpec
Intel
3,1M
5V
No
9442
PGA273
SX835
Intel
3,1M
5V
No
9444
PGA273
SX974
Intel
3,1M
5V
No
9429
PGA273
SX837
Intel
3,1M
5V
No
9510
PGA273
SX950