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  Published: 2014-03-25, review by: Techreport.com

  • Abstract:  The subject of our attention today, VIA's C3 800 "A" MHz processor is based on the relatively new Ezra core, designed by VIA's Centaur group in Austin, Texas. Ezra is the third in a series of C3 processors, succeeding the Samuel 2 and Samuel 1 cores. Ezra C3s, fabbed by TSMC on an advanced, 0.13-micron process, have been available since September. C3s currently top out at 933MHz...

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  Published: 2001-12-20, review by: hardwareunboxed.com

  • Abstract:  VIA have been very busy lately with the development of the P4X266 and KT266A chipsets. The P4X266 would be considered as the most exciting and promising chipset the Pentium 4 platform has seen. VIA arenâ??t stopping there. The KM266A and P4M266 are qui...

 
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  Published: 2001-07-01, review by: tweaktown.com

  • Abstract:  The next CPU from Cyrix was the Cx486SX. This CPU was released on May 1993. The processor itself used the same 600,000 transistors as the SLC processor line, however, this CPU increased the L1 cache form 1Kbyte to 2Kbyte and allowed for up to 512K L2 c...

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