Word around the campfire is that it is a "juiced up" KT133 chipset. Word around the campfire is that it supports AMD's PowerNow! feature. PowerNow! is really a laptop format feature that clocks the CPU up or down depending on the needed MHz of the software running. "AMD PowerNow! technology provides a unique "automatic" mode that allows the system to determine the appropriate level of power and performance based on application demand, delivering the best of both worlds-extended battery life with no compromise in performance." But that is laptop stuff and really does not apply here at all, unless you run your desktop PC off of a battery all the time. Last word around the campfire is that it is ONLY specified at 100/200MHz DDR CPU bus. Seems to be a lot of talk but no facts that I can find on this rouge chipset. So I finally got tired of asking and just decided to see what it would do with a TBird thrown on it. This is what is for sure though.
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