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386

Intel - 386 family

386 designer's family details:
aka MCS-86 Family

Homepage: none, (Wikipedia article)
Description: The first 32-bit x86 processor. The instruction set, i386, became the standard x86 instruction setfor decades
Designer: Intel
Initial release: 1985
Datasheet: ?
Architecture: 32-bit
Frequencies: 12 – 40 MHz
Technology: 1.5-1.0um

  Central Processing Unit (CPU)
Intel A80386DX-16

General Specifications:
Type: CPU Family: 386
Speed: 16MHz Architecture: 32-bit
Introduced: 1985

Intel A80386DX-20

General Specifications:
Type: CPU Family: 386
Speed: 20MHz Architecture: 32-bit
Introduced: 1987

Intel A80386DX-20 IV

General Specifications:
Type: CPU Family: 386
Speed: 20MHz Architecture: 32-bit
Introduced: 1987

Intel A80386DX-33 IV

General Specifications:
Type: CPU Family: 386
Speed: 33MHz Architecture: 32-bit
Introduced: 1989

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General Specifications:
Type: CPU Family: 386
Speed: 33MHz Architecture: 32-bit
Introduced: ?

  Floating Point Unit (FPU)
Intel A80387DX 16-33

General Specifications:
Type: FPU Family: 386
Speed: 16-33MHz Architecture: 32-bit
Introduced: 1989

Intel A80387-25

General Specifications:
Type: FPU Family: 386
Speed: 25MHz Architecture: 32-bit
Introduced: ?



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