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Fabio Fracassi f.fracassi at gmx.net
Wed Jan 24 09:55:50 PST 2001


On Wednesday 24 January 2001 16:46, you wrote:
> > The k6 was AMD's first 6th generation cpu, incorporating
> > ppro/pII architecture and is i686.
>
> Definatly not!  You *NEED* to read through
> http://www.pcguide.com/ref/cpu/fam/ and get your facts straight.  Also see:
> http://www.sandpile.org/

Perhaps you should read  the sides which you just linked! ;)
at http://www.pcguide.com/ref/cpu/fam/ I found the following:

 4th gen:
	Intel 486
	...
	AMD 5x86

 5th gen
	Intel Pentium
	...
	AMD k5

 6th gen
	Intel Pentium Pro/MMX
	...
	AMD k6
		a chip with the power of a Pentium Pro, with MMX instruction support and 
		intended to fit into a standard Pentium socket 7! AMD delivered its much 
		anticipated K6 chip in April of 1997, beating Intel's Pentium II to the 
		market by a month and assuring themselves of at least a shot at the brass
		ring.


No offence meant

Fabio

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