All objects with 8086 chip

The first processor with x86 architecture (which is still used today). The 8086 is a 16-bit processor with 16-bit data bus. It does not incorporate a co-processor, but an additional mathematical processor can be placed next to the 8086 for floating point calculations.

The original 8086 was clocked at 4,77MHz, but faster versions we're clocked at 9MHz.

Many chip makers manufactured a 8086, and some even enhanced it. For example the Nec V20 runs faster because it is based on the 80186 instruction set which shares characteristics with the 286.

The right photo shows a 'die'-shot of the 8086.
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Vendor
Name
Trans.
vCore
ES?
Date
Socket
sSpec
Intel
0.029
5V
No
8443
40p DIP
N/A
Kvazar
?
5V
No
9207
40p DIP
N/A
Intel
0.029
5V
No
8539
40p DIP
N/A
Intel
0.029
5V
No
8935
40p DIP
N/A
NEC
?
5V
No
8631
40p DIP
N/A
AMD
0.029
5V
No
8926
40p DIP
P8086
NEC
0.029
5V
No
8313
40p DIP
D8086