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Which Intel chip was the first to support a 32-bit bus architecture?

[A]. 486SI
[B]. Pentium
[C]. 286
[D]. 386DX

Answer: Option D


The 386 chip was the first to offer a possible 32- or 64-bit access to data. OS-2 2.x or higher and Windows 95 required at least a 386 CPU while Windows NT 4.x required at least a 486 CPU to run.

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