From: Steve Dossick (sdossick@iPal.com)
Date: Tue Jul 11 2000 - 13:30:07 PDT
It's simple. Andy Grove is the Devil, but he wasn't quite ready to
reveal himself. His closest minions thought that releasing a chip at
666mhz might have been too much information, so they decided that 667
was the way to go.
"Joseph S. Barrera III" wrote:
> I really very much love how we've had computers
> running at 66 MHz, 166, 266... but now all the
> sudden it's 667 MHz? There must have been a
> discussion about this somewhere, but I've missed it...
> - Joe
-- Steve Dossick Founder and Chief Architect iPal 310-578-8331 (voice) 310-578-8336 (fax)
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