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Athlon
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Sempron
April 1997: MMX enhanced, AMD's first major competitor to Intel's Pentium MMX.
May 1998: With 3DNow!, AMD's popular answer to the Pentium II.
April 2000: Brings PowerNow! to notebooks.
February 1999: Tri-level cached Pentium-III wannabe.
April 2000: Brings PowerNow! and a large, integrated cache to notebooks.
June 2000: Athlon-based, on-die cached, Celeron sinker.
August 1999: AMD's cache-doubled, floating-point enhanced, real  Pentium-III killer.
May 2001: First mobile Athlon. Good-bye K6-x...
June 2001: Athlon duals up for workstations and servers.
October 2001: AMD marketeers combat Intel's 'MegaHertz Myth' with 'QuantiSpeed'.
August 2004: Duron's successor is unveiled
AnandTech AMD 2004 CPU Roadmap Update Jan 2004
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