All objects with Deschutes chip

Deschutes was launched in January 1998 at 333MHz as successor to Klamath. Later releases ran up to 450MHz using a 100MHz FSB. Due the higher FSB the processor needed a different chipset; the famous 440BX Seattle chipset.

At the end of the Pentium II-era Intel produced chips capable of 500MHz. These chips were never marketed and all the multiplier locked chips were being sold at 333MHz chips (5x66MHz instead of 5x100MHz).

Deschutes was a strong running processor; it performed well with both ALU and FPU instructions. AMD was struggling to compete with the Pentium II. Because the Pentium II was more expensive AMD priced the K6-2 lower to help sales, but was struggling due the success of the Celeron Mendocino.

Vendor
Name
Trans.
vCore
ES?
Date
Socket
sSpec
Intel
7,5M
2.8V
No
9837
Slot 1
SL2W8
Intel
7,5M
2V
No
9848
Slot 1
SL2TV
Intel
7,5M
2V
No
9815
Slot 1
SL2S6
Intel
7,5M
2V
No
9850
Slot 1
SL2U3
Intel
7,5M
2V
No
9934
Slot 1
SL357
Intel
7,5M
2V
No
9901
Slot 1
SL2WB
Intel
7,5M
2V
No
9909
Slot 1
SL358