AMD K6-2 500 MHz Reviews
Product Type: AMD in Processor Upgrades
Description:Model ID AMD-K6-2/500AFX / AMD K6-2 500 MHz - Socket 7 / The first processor to incorporate AMD's innovative 3DNow! technology, the AMD-K6-2 processor delivers an outstanding combination of price and performance along with a powerful 3D experience for Windows computing. The AMD-K6-2 ... more
AMD K6-2 500 MHz ... processor works hand-in-hand with today's leading 3D graphics accelerators to enhance 3D processing power and generate exciting levels of realism in personal computing.
With the 3DNow! technology advantage in physical modeling and geometry, the AMD-K6-2 processor's graphics performance complements your 3D graphics card to deliver vibrant images, accurately detailed scenery, and colorful 3D graphics. The AMD-K6-2 processor's combination of 3DNow! technology and superscalar MMX technology capability enables a total sensory experience including full 3D sound and rich digital video. From movie-quality DVD to the surround sound of exciting new PC games, the AMD-K6-2 processor works together with today's multimedia applications to provide a more enjoyable PC experience. DirectX and OpenGL libraries optimized for the AMD-K6-2 processor's 3DNow! technology will enable you to travel through 3D web environments with smooth imagery and crystal-clear sound. The AMD-K6-2 processor gives you an excellent balance of online performance and enjoyment at an affordable price.
Newest Review: ... this chip ran on were the first to embrace new design philosophies of ATX and various user friendly improvements like colour ... more
Customer AMD K6-2 500 MHz Reviews (1)
by - written on 01/07/05 (Useful, 258 readings)
I had a K6/2 in my computer about 5 years ago. It was the cornerstone of the PC enthusiast scene for a long time, due to the performance being up there with the pentiums, for around half the price. The Socket 7 motherboards this chip ran on were the first to embrace new design philosophies of ATX and various user friendly improvements like colour coded connectors, jumperless setup, BIOS screens that didn't require a manual to understand. Basically the coming of age of PC technology, removing many of the barriers for people that wanted to be able to upgrade their own systems. A system running a K6/2 would still be perfectly usable today. I wouldn't ... Read the complete review