Turbo (disambiguation)

A turbo, or turbocharger, is a turbine-driven air induction device.

Turbo may also refer to:

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ComputingEdit

  • AMD Turbo Core, a technology implemented by AMD that allows the processor to dynamically adjust its operating frequency
  • Intel Turbo Boost, Intel's trade name for a feature that automatically raises its processors' operating frequency
  • Turbo (software), an application virtualization and distribution environment for Microsoft Windows
  • Turbo button, on computers to select one of two run states: normal speed or a "turbo" speed
  • Turbo code, a form of error-correction coding, usually used in telecommunications

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  • Turbo C, an integrated development environment for the C programming language
  • Turbo C++, an integrated development environment for the C programming language
  • Turbo Pascal, an integrated development environment for the Pascal programming language
  • Turbo Tango, "aerosol" packaging for Tango
  • Porsche 911 Turbo, a series of cars
  • Shell Turbo Chargers a basketball team in the Philippine Basketball Association from 2000—2005
  • Turbot (a homophone), a type of fish