1.9V PowerPC CPUs Extend Clocks To 366 MHz

Sept. 1, 1998

With internal voltage reduced from 2.6V to 1.9V, a trio of new PowerPC 750 microprocessors provide reduced system power consumption. The 366-, 333- and 300-MHz CPUs are suited for a wide range of applications, from networking and telecommunications to desktop and mobile computing products.The 300-MHz device's typical power consumption of 3.4W is less than half of the 7W consumed by the 2.6V version. All have 3.3V I/Os and 32-kbyte instruction and data caches.

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