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AMD AMD-K6-233ANR missprint

AMD AMD-K6-233ANR missprint
Notes:"Incorrectly labeled AMD K6-233 circulate

A small batch of K6 processors with a clock rate of 233 MHz AMD labeled incorrectly, according to its own data. The processorshave misleading markings "Vcore Vi = 3.3 volts / o = 3.3 volts. In fact is that the CPUs are chips with a core voltage of 3.2 volts. The incorrectly labeled processors are have the identifier "ANR". Chips, which actually need a core voltage of 3.3 volts should have "APR"."

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Date: 31.01.2008 10:04
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