November 1995
Electronic News;11/13/95, Vol. 41 Issue 2091, p68
Trade Publication
Explains in a diagram how the bus interface unit works in Intel's Pentium Pro microprocessor. Description of the three internal units which make up the microprocessor's dynamic execution architectures.


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