Intel DX4ODP 100

I like the way they present the overdrive CPU 'flying' out which rapid speed and taking the applications (running at rapid speed!) with it. The backside of the box shows a table with upgrade possibilities and which performance improvement you can expect.

Overdrives we're expensive back in the day and often you could install a regular processor as well. If you couldn't install a regular processor it was advisable to scratch your head twice before buying an overdrive; installing an expensive CPU on an old motherboard with old components like the VGA card doesn't always give the performance boost you wanted.

Specifications
Core / Codename
Clockfrequency
100MHz
Front Side Bus
33MHz
Multiplier
3x
vCore
5V
L1 cache
8KB
L2 cache
None
sSpec
SZ957
Chip date
9709
Stepping
?
Socket
Transistor count
1.2M
Condition
Boxed
Engineering sample?
No

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