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Japanese Web site Happy Cat is listing a Cyrix 370-pin processor called the MXs which it says will be available in early April. Specifically, it will be released on the 6 April next. No wonder Cyrix is keeping quiet about its product plans. There's no point us asking Cyrix about any of this, because this week has shown us it won't tell us... According to the Japanese text, which one of our readers kindly translated for us, the product uses the Cayenne core and comes with 256K of level two cache in the chip. This doubt, is the secret of secrets that Cyrix has tried to prevent us knowing about all week. There is no pricing yet for the MXs, but the same site lists the MII-366 at Y7600. ®

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