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  Eastern Bloc KP1810BM86 (USSR) [flip chip]   []   []   [hide data]   [close image viewer]  
Another Soviet 8086 clone

Comment by Vladimir (VladiGB[at]
This soviet clone processor was used in civil personal computers.

Comment by Andrew Shkira (ashkira[at]
There were also modified version KP1810BM86M. It was running at 8.0 Mhz and was able to adress up to 4Mb of memory via 22 bits wide address bus.

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Core Frequency:5 MHz
Board Frequency:5 MHz
Data bus (ext.):16 Bit
Address bus:20 Bit
Voltage:5 V
Manufactured:week 05/1989
Made in:Soviet Union
Package Type:Plastic
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