Anyone in the market for 296-pin 100, 133 or 166 MHz Pentium processors, or 200 and 233 MHz Pentiums with MMX, now has a little longer to order some.
This week Intel told its customers that it was extending the final date to which it will accept orders for these ancient parts to 31 March. However, any orders taken can't be cancelled and ordered parts may not be returned, the chip giant warned.
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