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Welcome to more than 300 historic processors waiting to be looked at!
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This week's birthdays:
my Siemens SAB8086D from 1979 has become
my Intel R80186 from 1986 has become
my Intel D8080A '74 '79 from 1988 has become
my National Semiconductor NS32381U-25 from 1990 has become
my Intel N80C188-12 from 1991 has become
my Intel KU80486SX-33 33MHz from 1993 has become
my SGS-Thomson Z84C00AB6 Z80A from 1993 has become
my Cyrix Cx486DX4-100GP4 DX4-P/O from 1995 has become
my SGS-Thomson ST 6x86 P150+ 120MHz from 1996 has become
my Intel P-II 333MHz / 80523PX333512 SL2S5 from 1998 has become
Latest additions (2010-03-24)
Texas Instruments TX486DLC
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Next update (2010-04-06)
an 8080 roundup.
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Latest Forum Contributions
GCC for m16c: GNU-Compiler port for Renesas m16c microcontroller
recent private work concerning balance sheets and system dynamics
Ein kleiner Guide zum Daytek M705M DVD-Player und wie man die Probleme mit der Fernbedienung loswird.
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