AMD K7 processor families
The successor to AMD K6-2/K6-III processor family, AMD K7 family is the seventh generation of x86 processors. The line of K7 processors consists of:
The K7 processors feature multiple superscalar integer and floating point units, higher bus speed (up to 400 MHz), larger L1 cache, multiprocessing (Ahtlon MP), and additional SIMD instructions (3DNow! and SSE in Athlon XP/MP). Initially produced in June of 1999 using 0.25 micron technology at speeds of 500 MHz and higher, the AMD K7-based processors are currently manufactured at 0.13 micron technology and have rated speed of more than 3 GHz.
List of K7 families
Early engineering sample of AMD K7 processor. This sample has AMD name and logo on the front, and "AMD K7 Engineering Sample" marking on the top (on this specific part it is covered with a sticker). Processor speed is indicated on another sticker. Unfortunately, it's not possible to guess from the printing on the stickers when the microprocessor was produced.
Picture of: AMD Athlon 600 - K7600 (ES)
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At a glance
0.13 - 0.25
0.5 - 2.33
L2 cache size (KB):
64 - 512