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  AMD-K5-PR200ABX [flip chip]   []   []   [hide data]   [close image viewer]  
Officially the K5 line of processors went up to a 116MHz version (PR166) and was discontinued when the K6 was released in April 1997. However, there are some K5 PR200 around, probably as sample chips for mainboard manufacturers or for testing purposes. The K5 PR200 never has been officially released and is not mentioned in AMDs technical documentation (the fastest K5 in the Data Sheets is an AMD-K5-PR166ABX).

Comment by Paul Christian Claudio (pcclaudio[at]
Though k5-200 was not officially released by AMD, it was widely sold here in the Philippines (though not that long, shorter than Barton based Durons, even shorter than K6-III). Some cash-strapped PC enthusiasts got hold of these chips, while they are waiting for another cycle of their hard-earned cash to get hold of an upgrade for their brand-new, upgrade-friendly socket 7 mobos. It could have been that it was not released there in the us because amd would have rather spend their marketing resources in promoting their then, just-out k6 processor. K5-200 and K6 went out almost the same time.

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Core Frequency:133 MHz
Board Frequency:66 MHz
Clock Multiplier:2.0
Data bus (ext.):64 Bit
Address bus:32 Bit
Circuit Size:0.35
Voltage:3.52 V
Manufactured:week 13/1997
Made in:Malaysia
L1 Cache:16+8 KB
CPU Code:K5 5k86
Package Type:Ceramic
Socket: 7
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