Re: Just read something quite interesting.
Originally Posted by Redeemed
Um, AMD made 4x86's and I even believe they made a 3x86. The K5 and K6 series were the successors to AMD's 5x86.
AMD has been around for quite a long time.
And all the way back to 8088/86/286, etc...
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