Chip - Intel 80286 Microprocessor Chip (c1982)
The Intel 80286 is a 16-bit processor. It contained 134,000 transistors, and was a 2.66 MIP (Million Instructions Per Second), 12 Mhz chip. Introduced in 1982, the chip shown is from 1984. The chip shown has flat gold contacts and was probably designed for small spaces such as laptops.
Photo Courtesy of Steve Emery
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