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K6 Processor?

Posted on 1998-09-30
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Give me the details of K6 processor. For purchasing, will is be better to purchase it over Pentium II & why?
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dankh earned 30 total points
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Hi,

   This URL will give you what you need:

www.tomshardware.com
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the k6-2 (with 3d now) at 300Mhz is as good as the p2 equilvant in windows, is a little worse of for games.. except when games start to be written using direct X 6.0.. this is because the 3d now instructions (similar to MMX) can be incorporated.. answer// k6-2 300MHZ and 350MHz.. and soon to be released 400 and 450Mhz are alot cheaper than the intel equilvants and basically have the same performance.. except for FPU
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The site is a very good one. I am able to get more info than needed. Thanks dankh.
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