Intel A80386 16

Back in 1987 this CPU was just 2 years old on paper (386 being launched on October 1985) but less than one year old in terms of availability (386 being available in third quarter of 1986). Consider that this CPU could already do 32-bit jobs at a whopping 16MHz, while Europeans just started buying 8MHz 8088-based computers. By the time people shifted to the 286 CPU's the 486 was already making its debut. Now compare this situation to today's market ... ;).

Specifications

Core / Codename
Clockfrequency
16MHz
Front Side Bus
16MHz
Multiplier
1x
vCore
5V
L1 cache
0KB
L2 cache
None
sSpec
N/A
Chip date
8735
Stepping
?
Socket
Transistor count
0.275
Condition
CPU only
Engineering sample?
No

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