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Updated AMD has admitted its K6-3 is called the K6-III. Its own Web site had the information up but now the URL is returning a server error! (See AMD to call K6-3 the 'AMD K6-III'). If you went to AMD's FAQs about the K6-III you will have seen that AMD had finally admitted the fact. Many of you will have seen this page but see it no longer... Only a died-in-the-wool cynic would suggest that AMD has used Roman numerals because Intel's Pentium III has its "preview day" later on, today. More red faces at AMD, no doubt. The great advantage of making mistakes like this is that you can wipe them out at a stroke of the HTML writer's QWERTYUIOP. We invite emails from eye witnesses who saw the offending AMD URL... Not that it matters much anyway. A search on K6-III produced this URL about Digital Anvil, which AMD itself released on 11 February. Therein, the K6-3 is called the K6-III... You read it here -- first... ®

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