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The MC68008 is an 8-bit bus version of the Motorola MC68000 and can address 1MB or 4MB of memory (using a 48-pin or 52-pin package). The original 48-pin package version was used in the Sinclair QL, to make maximum use of inexpensive 8-bit technology on the motherboard while computing internally with the relatively fast 16/32-bit processing engine.
This specific item is built in my Sinclair QL computer from 1985.

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Core Frequency:8 MHz
Board Frequency:8 MHz
Data bus (ext.):8 Bit
Address bus:20 Bit
Manufactured:week 07/1985
Package Type:Plastic
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