Based on the THG (Teutonic Hormone Giant) tests, the T-bird looks strong, but a little disappointing, losing some of the tests at 1GHz to the Pentium III. Still, the T-bird is extremely fast, and with luck, they'll be cheaper and more widely available than the GHz PIIIs.
More on this story as the NDAs expire, or as other sites elect to follow THG and bust the NDA. And thanks to the AMD Zone for the link.
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