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Encyclopedia > VIA C4

C4 was the originally planned nomenclature for some members of the VIA C3 and VIA C7 processors. However because C4 is an explosive the name was skipped to avoid confusion. Later VIA processors used internal model names beginning with C5. In September 2004 VIA announced a change of naming policy placing all their processors in the C3 or C7 category, with an M suffix for mobile devices.


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VIA C3 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1145 words)
Although the predecessor to the VIA C3 was called the "VIA Cyrix III," both it and the VIA C3 are based on the CPU design technology of Centaur Technology, makers of the WinChip C6.
According to VIA, the VIA C3 was to be superseded in 2003 by the VIA C4 - a clone of the design of the Intel Pentium 4 processor.
VIA C7 As of September 2004 VIA rationalised its naming scheme using the C3 naming for the earlier processors (Samuel, Samuel2, Ezra, Ezra-T, Nehemiah), C3-M for the mobile part ('Anataur') and C7/C7-M for upcoming 'Esther' processor cores.
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