Intel i486 DX33

A regular 486DX33. Although not many people used the 'DX' part (which indicates it has an on-board co-processor) a lot of people thought that the 'DX' was faster. They would've been right if it was a 386 because the SX/DX suffix has a different meaning with 386's. With 386 class processors SX means a 16-bit external databus and DX a 32-bit.

Specifications

Core / Codename
Clockfrequency
33MHz
Front Side Bus
33MHz
Multiplier
1x
vCore
5V
L1 cache
8KB
L2 cache
None
sSpec
SX729
Chip date
9310
Stepping
?
Socket
Transistor count
1.2M
Condition
CPU only
Engineering sample?
No

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