1998 To 2000: Socket 7 - AMD CPUs
|K6-2/233 to K6-2/550||May 1998 to February 2000|
|K6-2+/400 to K6-2+/550||April 2000 to September 2000|
|K6-III/400 to K6-III/500||February 1999 to September 2000|
With the Pentium 166 MMX, Intel first introduced the MMX multimedia expansions, which required a motherboard with split voltage (2.8/3.3 volts). Anyone who owned a Socket 5 board could fall back on an adapter.
Split-voltage adapter for Socket 5
Socket 5 to Socket 7 adapter on an Asus P/I-P55TP4XE