This paper presents a 128-kb in-memory computing (IMC) macro for fully row/column-parallel matrix-vector multiplication (MVM), implemented using a foundry MRAM in 22nm FD-SOI. Previous IMC in eNVM relied on RRAM with significantly higher resistance and resistance-state contrast than typical in foundry processes - or where parallelism was substantially reduced . MRAM addresses distinct application requirements (e.g., temperature, radiation). This work advances previous MRAM IMC by improving area-normalized EDP by 60× over  and by employing a standard high-density bit cell without additional devices, as in . This is achieved via a readout architecture that performs column-resistance boosting, with integrated auto-zeroing, and conductance-to-current sampling, to simultaneously feed four IMC columns to a single ADC for conversion to 6-b outputs (highest ADC precision among eNVM IMC designs).