Siemens 8088


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View processor details Intel 8088 D 'N/A'
Intel 8088 D 'N/A'

An early 8088 microprocessor with it's date code 8125! This means it rolled of the assembly line in the 25th week of 1981. That's about 2 years after the initial release in 1979.

The 8088 is almost identical to the 8086 except that it has an 8-bit external databus. Internally it can process just ... > Read more

View processor details NEC 8088 D 'N/A'
NEC 8088 D 'N/A'

This is an Intel 8088 clone running at 5MHz (4,77). It just runs exactly like the Intel chip in terms of performance. The 8088's made my other manufacturers than Intel are not reverse engineering but made with the original spec/design sheets. Intel sold the rights to other companies to fabricate chi... > Read more

View processor details Siemens 8088 -1-P 'N/A'
Siemens 8088 -1-P 'N/A'

My first PC had an Intel-clone 8088 8MHz processor. Along with 640KB RAM, 5,25" DD drive and a Seagate ST-225 'tank' it was installed in an ARC ProTurbo-88. The 8088 is a cheaper variant of the 8086. Whereas the 8086 has a 16-bit interface the 8088 has 8-bit. Because of this motherboard manufacturer... > Read more

List of objects with the same chipset


Vendor
Name
Trans.
vCore
Date
Socket
sSpec
NEC
0.029
5V
8242
40p DIP
N/A
Kvazar
?
5V
9108
40p DIP
N/A
Intel
0.029
5V
8125
40p DIP
N/A
Siemens
0.029
5V
8832
40p DIP
N/A
NEC
0.063
5V
8713
40p DIP
N/A
Fujitsu
0.029
5V
8612
40p DIP
N/A
Sharp
0.063
5V
9008
40p DIP
N/A
NEC
0.063
5V
9036
40p DIP
N/A