evgs wrote on 2020-01-11, 17:04:
According to the AMD WikiChip the lastest
Am5x86 (Am486DX5) have low-power 3.3v version called V16BGC instead of standard 3.45v-versions (like common ADW, ADZ and W16BGC)
Apparently someone there can not read data sheets. There is no separate low-power version.
V = 3.3V +/- 0.3V
W = 3.45V +/- 0.15V
The difference is voltage-tolerance. When the voltage-tolerance is higher, the minimum voltage required is lower (obviously). In both cases, the CPU can be run at max. 3.6V. Unlike what people tell, you can not make any guesses on how good a CPU overclocks based on any of it's properties. For me, ADW always overclocked best. The only ADZ I owned was nailed at 133 MHz and didn't do any higher.