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Gateway has now confirmed it will use AMD chips in some of its machines, as exclusively revealed here a month ago. (Story: AMD pushes date of K6-3 forward) The company, formerly a 100 per cent Intel house, is to use an AMD part in a Japanese PC. But this is only the thin end of the wedge, we are given to understand. It is particularly interested in using the Sharptooth K6-3, which has its launch date sometime in the next two weeks or so. ®

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