Template:mpu The AMD-X5-133SDW was a high-performance 486-based microprocessor introduced by AMD in 1996 as part of their Am5x86 family. This processor had a clock multiplier of 4x, operating at 133 MHz with a bus speed of 33 MHz. This MPU had all the features offered by AMD's Enhanced Am486 such as a large 16 KB L1$ and various power management features. AMD marketed this chip as Pentium-75-comparable performance.
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|Cache Info [Edit Values]|
|L1$|| 16 KB
"KB" is not declared as a valid unit of measurement for this property.
|1x16 KB 4-way set associative (unified, write-back policy)|
This chip had no integrated graphics processing unit.
- System Management Mode (SMM)