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  Eastern Bloc 8080 KP580BM80A (USSR) [flip chip]   []   []   [hide data]   [close image viewer]  
The KP580BM80A (Kyrillic for KR580WM80A) is an i8080 clone produced in the former Soviet Union. It comes in a pretty heavy package with strange steel inserts on the back. I don't know why it had to be enforced like this...

Comment by Andrew Shkira (ashkira[at]
Those CPUs were manufactured in three variants:
KP580ИК80 - DIP48 ceramic package
KP580BM80 - DIP40 ceramic package
KP580BM80A - DIP40 plastic package

Comment by iguana_kiev (ddr2ddr[at]
Andrew Shkira`s comment is WRONG. Right info:
KP580BM80 - plastic DIP40 (after 1986)
KP580ИK80 - old name (up to 1986)
580BM80 - cerDIP40 military
K580ИK80 - flat 44pin ceramic (the first soviet CPU military)
Letter 'A' in the end means i8080A clone, no 'A' = i8080.

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Core Frequency:2.5 MHz
Board Frequency:2.5 MHz
Data bus (ext.):8 Bit
Address bus:16 Bit
Circuit Size:6.00
Voltage:+5, -5, +12 V
Manufactured:week 05/1986
Made in:Soviet Union
Package Type:Plastic
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