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As reported here earlier, Chipzilla is always more than keen to get its mitts on some of what it so charmingly refers to as "imitator" products. The chip behemoth is also offering a reward, the size of which indicates the perceived threat from each rival part. Following our earlier story, a source at Satan Clara has kindly filled in some more details for us. Please find below Intel’s top ten most wanted along with their price tags. It has to be pointed out that some of these prices no longer apply as the pesky things are out -- but this is an internal Intel pricelist from only a little while ago. Intel, being the responsible company that it is, is at pains to point out that these parts must be obtained legally… ® 1. K7 (any speed) $2000 2. AMD K6-III 500 MHz $500 3. Cyrix MXi (any speed) $500 4. AMD K6-2 500 MHz $500 5. AMD K6-III 450 MHz $250 6. AMD K6-2 475 MHz $250 7. IDT WinChip3 $250 8. Rise mP6-II $250 9. 100 MHz mobile module $250 10. Merced $POA

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