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  Intel D80287-10 [flip chip]   []   []   [hide data]   [close image viewer]  
Comment by Paul Collins (pi314aussie[at]
Got one of these suckers out of an IBM PS/2 system model 60. Put it into 287 slot in a 286-20MHz M/Board. I learned that the main CPU socket and the 287co-pro socket run independantly of each other. Using utility software, I have found the 287 socket runs a 10MHz turbo, and 8MHz un-turbo, and that the main CPU socket runs at 20MHz turbo, and 8MHz un-turbo. I changed the clock-crystal from a 40MHz rock to a 50MHz rock, and now the main CPU runs at 25MHz, and the co-pro socket still runs at 10MHz. Good thing too, as the filched D80287-10 runs hot at its rated 10. I wouldn't like it to run any faster.

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Core Frequency:10 MHz
Board Frequency:10 MHz
Manufactured:week 18/1988
Made in:Malaysia
Package Type:Ceramic
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