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Mobile Module Connector 1 (MMC-1), is a 280-pin microprocessor cartridge developed by Intel for used by their mobile Pentium, Pentium MMX, Pentium II and Celeron processors. It contains the microprocessor and its associated L2 cache, a 430TX for the Pentium or a 443BX for the Pentium II northbridge, and a voltage regulator.
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