All objects by IDT

IDT stands for Integrated Device Technology, a company founded in 1980. They made various hardware. IDT also marketed the WinChip, which is actually made by Centaur Technology (now owned by VIA) which founded in 1995.

Centaur created the WinChip using its experience from RISC CPU's. The WinChip is a simple and electrically efficient processor with similarities to the 486. As described with the IDT WinChip C6 200, my QDI Explorer II 250DM even recognizes this CPU as a 486DX.

After the end of socket 7 and the release of other (better) budget CPU's like the Celeron and the AMD K6-2 the WinChip couldn't survive. In 1999 the Centaur Technology division of IDT was sold to VIA and used the technology in the Cyrix III processors.


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The list will show every object in my database that has been made by IDT.

Vendor
Name
Trans.
vCore
ES?
Date
Socket
sSpec
IDT
5,4M
3,3V
No
9934
PGA296
?
IDT
5,4M
3,3V
No
9849
PGA296
?
IDT
5,4M
3,3V
No
9840
PGA296
?
IDT
5,4M
3,3V
No
9929
PGA296
?