Super 7


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Super 7

(hardware, standard)
An upgrade to Socket 7 to support AGP and a 100 MHz system bus,, supported by non-Intel processor and motherboard manufacturers such as AMD and Cyrix.

Due to faster access to L2 cache and memory, Super 7 gives a 10% performance boost over Socket 7 motherboards for the same processor. Super 7 motherboards should support all Socket 7 processors.
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Super7

A specification from AMD for PC motherboards or single board computers that allows non-Intel CPU chips to take advantage of faster bus speeds and newer peripheral technologies. It specifies the older Socket 7 CPU receptacle and adds support for AGP, USB, Ultra ATA and the 100 MHz bus. See Socket 7.
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