Back in the dark ages (1995) Intel introduced P6 architecture for the very
high-end market in the form of the Pentium pro processor. P6 has stayed
its ground and has only just been superseded with the introduction of the
Pentium 4 (unless you count the Athlon as post P6 - I'm not getting into
that one) but unfortunately the old Pentium Pro and its users have been
left in a hole, created by the following factors.
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