I read a book and am stuck with a particular sentence:
One other significant change is that the Pentium Pro processor uses three execution engines, so it can execute up to three instructions at a time, which can conflict and still execute in parallel.
I understand the meaning till "three instructions at a time".
What does the rest of sentence mean?
I think it means that when instructions have a conflict, they execute in parallel. Am I right? Is it possible to translate this into something simpler?