Intel R80286

This page will show all objects that classify as Intel R80286, and if possible sorted on production date.


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View processor details Intel R80286 8 'N/A'
Intel R80286 8 'N/A'

This is a CPU I like because of two reasons: it's quite basic and noticeably faster than a 8086 / 8088. Secondly it's the packaging. We all know today's Land Grid Array (LGA) CPU's like the Core 2, i7 and second/third generation Opteron CPU's but most people don't know that 2004 wasn't the first tim... > Read more

View processor details Intel R80286 8 'N/A'
Intel R80286 8 'N/A'

See this CPU which is almost the same. They are both early '86 and lack a sSpec number.... > Read more

View processor details Intel R80286 10 'N/A'
Intel R80286 10 'N/A'

As far as I know this is the second fastest R80286 LCC chip Intel made. Intel also made an 12MHz model. In case you find a 16MHz LCC 286 then it's probably made by AMD.... > Read more

View processor details Intel R80286 10 'N/A'
Intel R80286 10 'N/A'

Not much to say about this 286 CPU. It was made in 1988 and runs at 10MHz.... > Read more

View processor details Intel R80286 8 'SX123'
Intel R80286 8 'SX123'

Technically the same as this CPU. This particular model is more than two years newer and has a sSpec number etched on top.... > Read more

View processor details Intel R80286 12 'N/A'
Intel R80286 12 'N/A'

At 12MHz 286 made in late 1988. The 12MHz model is Intels' fastest 286. Other companies manufactured 286 processors clocking at 16, 20 or 25MHz.... > Read more

View processor details Intel R80286 8 'SX123'
Intel R80286 8 'SX123'

Technically the same as this CPU. This particular model is more than four years newer and has a sSpec number etched on top.... > Read more