AMD K6-II

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AMD K6-II die shot © Picture owner (http://www.chipsetc.com/uploads/1/2/4/4/1244189/8876903_orig.jpg?243)

The K6-2 was an x86 microprocessor introduced by AMD on May 28, 1998, and available in speeds ranging from 266 to 550 MHz. An enhancement of the original K6, the K6-2 introduced AMD's 3DNow! SIMD instruction set, featured a larger 64 KiB Level 1 cache (32 KiB instruction and 32 KiB data), and an upgraded system-bus interface called Super Socket 7, which was backward compatible with older Socket 7 motherboards. It was manufactured using a 0.25 micrometre process, ran at 2.2 volts, and had 9.3 million transistors.

The K6-2 was designed as a competitor to Intel's flagship processor, the significantly more expensive Pentium II.

 

See also: Intel Pentium, Intel Pentium MMX, Intel Pentium II, Cyrix 6x86, NexGen Nx586

Chomper/Chomper-XT

AMD K6-II 300 MHz

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AMD K6-II/300AFR-66
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AMD K6-II 350 MHz

AMD K6-II/350AFR
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AMD K6-II 366 MHz

Kingston TurboChip 366 MHz

Kindly donated by stephan4520 from the Planet3DNow forum.

AMD K6-II/366AFR
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AMD K6-II 400 MHz

AMD K6-II/400AFQ
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AMD K6-II/400AFR
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AMD K6-II 450 MHz

Picture kindly donated by Edvinas Juodeikis. Thank you very much!

AMD-K6-II/450AHX
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AMD K6-II 500 MHz

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CPU-Z screenshot of the AMD K6-II 500 MHz CPU. Kindly submitted by Edvinas Juodeikis

AMD K6-II/500AFX
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AMD K6-II 550 MHz

Kindly donated by Pauli Rautakorpi.

AMD K6-II/550AGR
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Unlisted models:

 

  • Chomper: 233 MHz, 266 MHz, 300 MHz, 333 MHz
  • Chomper-XT: 266 MHz, 333 MHz, 380 MHz, 475 MHz, 533 MHz

 

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