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Symptom(s). See Symptom.
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The T4500 Series has a power saving 3.3 volt Intel 486SX processor running at 20 MHz, with an internal 120 Mb Hard Disk Drive.
The 486SX lacks the math coprocessor that a 486DX has, but is more reasonably priced.
The PowerPC is a giant leap ahead of today's best PC processors, the 486SX in the IBM world and the 68040 in the Mac world, because it uses a technology known as "reduced-instruction-set computing." Commonly called RISC, the technology cuts the number of commands the chip must execute, allowing it to do its job much faster.
Intel's response is its 486SX, a lower-priced version of the 486, while it develops its next generation product (Yoder, 1991).
Windows: 486SX 25 MHz (486DX/66 or better preferred), 8MB dRAM (12MB dRAM preferred), VGA with 256 colors, Windows 3.1, multimedia capable (MSCDEX 2.2 or later, MPC-Level 1 sound card); and 5MB free disk space.
The Aero 4/25 is powered by a 25MHz 486SX (SL enhanced) CPU with 8K of internal cache.
Even though a 486DX is faster than a 486SX, don't write off the SX if it suits your needs.
All programs were reviewed on a 486sx 25 Mhz computer system with 8 Mb of RAM and a 170 Mb hard drive.