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Item #

A1691

1970 Intel Computer CPU Chip 27 Year History

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Price $

450

This is a beautiful and very rare collection of Intel Computer Central Processors from 1976 to 1997.  These are real Intel chips (not reproductions).  The framed treasure is titled “Intel Processor History; The Personal Computer; The First 20 Years”.  There are 19 Intel Central Processors that were framed in Riker Boxes with real glass that include detail descriptions.  The 19 Central Processors starts with Intel 8088 Introduced in 1979 at 4.77 & 8 MHz Models; Intel 8086 Introduced in 1978 with 5, 8 & 10 MHz Models; Intel 8087 (Math Co-Processor) Introduced in 1978; Intel 80286 Introduced in 1982 with 8, 10 & 12 MHz Models; Intel 80287 (Math Co-Processor) Introduced in 1982; Intel 80386SX Introduced in 1989 with 16, 20, 25 & 33 MHz Models; Intel 80386DX Introduced in 1985 with 16, 20, 25 & 33 MHz Models; Intel 80387SX (Math Co-Processor) Introduced in 1987; Intel 80387DX (Math Co-Processor) Introduced in 1987; Intel 80486SX Introduced in 1991 with 16, 20, 25 & 33 MHz Models; Intel 80486SX2 Introduced in 1992 - 2X Internal Clock; Intel 80486DX Introduced in 1989 with 5, 33 & 50 MHz Models; Intel 80486DX2 Introduced in 1992 - 2X Internal Clock; Intel 80486DX4 Introduced in 1994 - 4x Internal Clock; Intel 1st Pentium (The Problem CPU) P5A Introduced in 1993 with 60 & 66 MHz Models; Intel Pentium P54C Introduced in 1994 with 75 through 200 MHz Models; Intel Pentium P55C (MMX) Introduced in 1997 with 166 through 266 MHz Models; Intel Pentium Pro Introduced in 1995 with 166, 180 & 200 MHz (Made for NT); Intel Pentium II/Celeron (Slot 1) Introduced in 1997 with 233 through 533 MHz Models.  The Riker Display Case size is 12" x 16" with real glass.  It is of museum quality and should be preserved with a serious collector.

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