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Comment by Paul Collins (pi314aussie[at]yahoo.com):
I run five computers with this chip to this day. Comment: -please note, there is also a genuine -120 chip as well. I bought one at the time. It runs well at its rated 120MHz, but can't be overclocked. I have been able to overclock the 100 chips to run at 120, except for one only. It only runs at its rated 100.
As an extra comment, I have been able to overclock the Intel A80486-50 to 60MHz, and it runs fine. I tried at 66MHz, but only get a jiffy of life before no-go. I don't know whether the CPU or the M/Board chipset chips are the problem. I say this because the chipset chips are only 50MHz chips too. This is still inconclusive, because I have only ever tried one Intel -50 chip, and one m/board. Perhaps I should get hold of more Intel chips, and try them into multiple of my 486 m/boards?

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Core Frequency:100 MHz
Board Frequency:33 MHz
Clock Multiplier:3.0
Data bus (ext.):32 Bit
Address bus:32 Bit
Transistors:2,000,000
Circuit Size:0.65
Voltage:3.45 V
Introduced:08/1995
Manufactured:week 44/1995
L1 Cache:16 KB
CPU Code:5x86
M9
Package Type:Ceramic
PGA-168
Socket: 3
 
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