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OVENS USE MMX CHIPS FOR HEAT GENERATING PROPERTIES

One of the more dubious items on the Intel Secrets Web page where the Pentium II bug was revealed (CI No 3,155), runs as follows: the world’s first oven incorporating Intel’s Pentium MMX technology has been demonstrated in Sydney, Australia. The device houses no less than six of the new MMX microprocessors, but in an unusual twist it uses the chips for their heat generating properties rather than their computing ability.

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