Hardware.Pairnet heeft een review van een 233Mhz WinChip.
Kan me niet voorstellen dat je daar afgezien van gebruik in een tikdoos wat zinnigs mee kunt beginnen. Hier maar wat info:
IDT's WinChip 2 is a very promising economy CPU. The WinChip 2 fits older motherboards, yet offers excellent FPU, MMX, 3DNow, and integer performance. On the upgrade front, the WinChip 2 should make a lot of users very happy. Those looking to upgrade their old machine on the cheap should definitely consider the WinChip 2 as a solid game and application supercharger.
Overall, the WinChip 2 is a very admirable CPU for any computer system. In fact, my only complaint with the IDT WinChip 2 is the low clock speed. AMD and Intel are selling 400 MHz and faster chips at prices that most people can afford, and both AMD and Intel have even faster chips just over the horizon. At the time of this writing, I can easily purchase a 400 MHz K6-2 over the Internet for under US$200. It would be very hard for me to justify purchasing anything slower than a 400 MHz chip now that prices for actually within reach. Until IDT can ship a 400 MHz chip, it is going to be very difficult for IDT to grab any sizable share of the market. Once IDT switches to the .25 micron FAB, IDT should be able to release 300-400 MHz chips. At that point in time, IDT will become a noticable force in the low cost home PC and entry level OEM markets.