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A Japanese site has published new pictures of the K7 part which take the slot apart and reveal new details. At the same time, rumours are growing that AMD will shortly announce 475MHz K6-III and slash prices of existing parts just a few days after the next Intel price cuts. The K7 pictures are here and are accompanied by pictures of a Kryotech K6-III 600MHz box. ® Related Stories Intel to slash Pentium III prices on 11 April Those K7 pix from CeBIT 99

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