Exponential X smashes half-GHz barrier

Detar, Jim
October 1996
Electronic News (10616624);10/21/96, Vol. 42 Issue 2139, p6
Trade Publication
Focuses on the introduction of Exponential Technology's 533MHz Exponential X704 RISC microprocessor for desktop systems. SpecINT95 integer rating; SpecFP floating point rating; Exponential X704 as a superscalar architecture device with lean maximum instructions-per cycle format; Focus on the microprocessor's system bus.


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