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Comment by Hopeapaa (hopeapaa[at]
This little chip didn't have any multiplier-lock so I ran it using the 3x multiplier supported by the motherboard and used the clock-speed of 3x50 = 150 Mhz. With this kind of configuration the chip really stood up the name "P75", since it slightly over-performed the Intel Pentium 75 Mhz. I had this chip in active use until the Pentium 2 and K6 chips hit the 300 Mhz barrier and I upgraded the motherboard and CPU to K6 300 Mhz in the year 1998.

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Core Frequency:133 MHz
Board Frequency:33 MHz
Clock Multiplier:4.0
Data bus (ext.):32 Bit
Address bus:32 Bit
Circuit Size:0.35
Voltage:3.45 V
Manufactured:week 21/1997
Made in:Malaysia
L1 Cache:16 KB
Package Type:Ceramic
Socket: 1/2/3
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