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June 19: AMD Duron Processor Introduced MP3

June 19, 2000: AMD Duron Processor Introduced 2000 - AMD introduces the Duron Processor. This was the low cost version of their Athlon processor. Duron came in speeds of 550- 700 MHz and 3DNow! instruction. Codename: Spitfire; the processor started at $112. The spitfire was discontinued in 2006 Full Day in Tech History podcast show notes for June 19 Friends of Day in Tech History Please add to your favorite aggreg... Source: dayintechhistory.com

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