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I found this in my back room, it was from a IBM Windows 98 Computer that we found here at the apartment we live in, just thought I'd share it with y'all.

K6 (Model 6)

    * 8.8 million transistors in 350 nm

    * L1-Cache: 32 + 32 KiB (Data + Instructions)

    * MMX

    * Socket 7

    * Front side bus: 66 MHz

    * First release: April 2, 1997

    * VCore: 2.9 V (166/200) 3.2/3.3 V (233)

    * Clockrate: 166, 200, 233 MHz

Resource: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AMD_K6

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  Kewl Philly, I haven't seen one of those in years. I remember buying a used comp from a buddy of mine in 2001 and it had a K6 in it. The comp died though. I think I oc'ed it too much. lol. Here's another old one. Found the motherboard with attached Pentium Socket 7 and fan in my attic. Specs on the chip:

  Core Frequency: 133 MHz  Board Frequency: 66 MHz

Clock Multiplier: 2.0  Data bus (ext.): 64 Bit

Address bus: 32 Bit  Transistors: 3,300,000

Circuit Size: 0.35

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