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These pictures should be viewed in conjunction with our story AMD kicks butt with 600MHz K7 demo.

pictures of K7 from CeBIT 99 This picture shows the K7 system and the K7 motherboard demonstrated by Gary Bixler at CeBIT 99

blown up k7 An enlarged view of the board held by Bixler

Gary Bixler Gary Bixler, K7 product manager at AMD Austin on the AMD stand in Hall 13, CeBIT

Rana Mainee Rana Mainee, AMD European research consultant, at the stand at CeBIT 99. If you look carefully at his left lapel, you will see he is wearing the much coveted Register pin

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