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This CPU is built in my Apple IIgs computer from 1986.
 
The 65C816 is a fully static CMOS 16-bit microprocessor featuring software compatibility with the 8-bit NMOS and CMOS 6500-series predecessors. It extends addressing to a full 16 megabytes. A software switch determines whether the processor is in the 8-bit "emulation" mode, or in the native mode, thus allowing existing systems to use the expanded features.
 
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Datasheet (WDC equivalent)

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Core Frequency:4 MHz
Board Frequency:4 MHz
Data bus (ext.):16 Bit
Address bus:24 Bit
Circuit Size:1.20
Voltage:1.2 - 6.0 V
Made in:Mexico
Package Type:Plastic
DIP-40
 
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