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  NEC V20 D70108D-8 [flip chip]   []   []   [hide data]   [close image viewer]  
Comment by Martin Krause (mkrause[at]
I have/had an NEC V20. It was great; the extra speed was like something for nothing. It also runs much cooler than the Intel 8088 as it used CMOS instead of NMOS. I once built an all CMOS motherbourd with it and a bunch of other descreat logic like 74HCxxx instead of 74Sxxx. I was trying to build a PC that produced very little heat and therefore required little cooling.

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Core Frequency:8 MHz
Board Frequency:8 MHz
Data bus (ext.):8 Bit
Address bus:20 Bit
Manufactured:week 22/1986
Made in:Japan
Package Type:Ceramic
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