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The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (18 March 2015):
The microprocessor that was Intel Corporation's
successor to the Pentium II, introduced in 1999 with a 500 MHz
clock rate. The Pentim III is very similar to the Pentium II in
architecture. Its external bus can be clocked at 100 or 133
MHz, it can have up to 512 KB of secondary cache, and it
comes in various packages including SECC2 and FC-PGA.
The Pentium III has a P6 Dynamic Execution
microarchitecture, a multi-transaction system bus, and MMX,
like the Pentium II. It adds Dual Independent Bus (DIB)
Architecture, the Intel Processor Serial Number, Internet
Streaming SIMD Extensions and 70 new instructions. Some
versions also include an Advanced Transfer Cache and Advanced
When Intel released a 1.13 GHz version of the Pentium III
processor using a 0.18 micron fabrication process on
2000-07-31, it was the world's highest performance
microprocessor for PCs.