At school we learned about the Intel Pentium processor. I read somewhere that the Intel Pentium was the first superscalar processor and had five periods of pipeline. My question leads to the Pentium Pro.
I read somewhere that the Pentium Pro has three Arithmetic Logic Units + a Floating Point Unit and all of these units have 14 periods of pipeline (three instructions per one tact). However I read elsewhere that it only has five periods of pipeline like the Pentium. I don't know which is true.
How many periods of pipeline does an Intel Pentium Pro have?