Intel Architecture 32-bit. Intel's 32-bit architecture, also known as x86. IA-32 chips span the early 1990s Intel 486 series to the seventh-generation Intel Pentium 4 and AMD Athlon chips. See also IA-64.
Intel's current architecture for Intel's processors based on their 32-bit instruction set. IA-32 chips include: 486, Pentium ®, and Pentium II ®.
Intel® Architecture, 32-bit. Intel's current 32-bit architecture, also known as x86. IA-32 chips include the 486, Pentium®, and Pentium® II.
Intel's 32-bit instruction architecture that runs on the company's 386, 486, Pentium, Pentium Pro/II/III/4, and future consumer chips.
An Intel 32-bit CISC microprocessor architecture. Examples of implementations include the Pentium®, Xeontm, and 80386 series.
IA-32, sometimes generically called x86-32, is the instruction set architecture of Intel's most successful microprocessors. This is a 32-bit extension of the original Intel x86 processor architecture. This architecture defines the instruction set for the family of microprocessors installed in the vast majority of personal computers in the world.