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Rise mP6 266 chips on sale in Japan

And PC-133 is here

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Japanese stores are beginning to sell Rise processors in Japan, with an mP6 266 (200MHz) processor costing ¥5,800, not much more than $50 or so. The evidence, together with pictures is available here At the same time, PC 133 SDRAM sales have started in Japan, according to the same site, with motherboard support. A 128Mb module costs ¥26,800, according to the pictures. The modules are made by Princeton, Samsung, Micron and Toshiba, the text suggests. Those pictures can be found here, together with other information relating to USB CD-RW drives just out, and Gigabyte dual bios motherboards.

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