Gamer's Platfrom heeft een interview met AMD gepost. Het ding heeft ook wat goeds over over de multiprocessor mogelijkheden van de K7:
Q: Will K7 run multiple processors more efficiently than Intel's line of CPUs?
The AMD-K7 processor uses the Alpha EV6 bus architecture , which is designed to support high-performance, scalable multiprocessing. The K7 will leverage the Alpha server infrastructure that exists in the marketplace. The number of processors is not limited by the AMD-K7 processor design but rather by chipset implementation. System designs based on 2, 4, 8 or more AMD-K7 processors are possible.
The K7 was designed to operate in both single and multi-processor environments. Specific performance benchmarks for the processor, in either a single or multi-processor implementation, will not be made public until the official launch of the K7 during the second quarter of 1999. But, the EV6 bus is designed to provide greater microprocessor bandwidth than a P6 bus. You can take a look at the K7 presentation from the 1998 Microprocessor Forum for additional info on K7.