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Intel Developer Forum AMD has decided to re-instate the K6-III Web page. Here it is, the pesky little blighter. Its re-appearance follows an absence of some days when the powers-that-be at the chip company decided to take it down after our original news story (see AMD Web Stalinists airbrush out K6-III URL) However, if you take a decko at it, you'll see there's more information there than there was before, suggesting it's only a matter of days (day) before AMD decides to go public with the information we first revealed here. AMD is unlikely to have anything like the $300 million Intel will blurb on its Pentium III when it is formally revealed to a waiting world this coming week. ®

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