AMD launches 300MHz mobile processor

  • (PC World)
  • — 28 September, 1998 21:49

AMD has added to its range of processors optimised for mobile computing, with the launch of the AMD-K6/300 processor.

Already, Compaq Australia has announced its Presario 1250 will feature the mobile AMD-K6 300MHz processor.

The processor has been optimised for mobile computing, features include: an extended Tcase rating of 85 degrees celsius, typical power consumption less than 6.6 Watts and standard features of all AMD-K6 processors (64K of on-board L1 cache, sixth-generation x86 processing, and industry-standard MMX instructions).

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