Sunday, April 5, 2009

Chip - Intel 8008 Microprocessor (1972)

Intel 8008 was a microprocessor intended for the use as final controller, and was similar at Intel 4040. The 8008 were the first microprocessor with 8 bits. The 8008 in the beginning were called the 1201. The 8008 had a PC of 14 bits and an addressing and an internal pile of eight levels. The 8008 were a central processing unit of treatment very important of transition for Intel Corporation. Work on the 8008 really allowed the creation of the 8080 powerful ones. This piece is a case with double line of connections (IMMERSION) made gray pins out of ceramics and of can. The 8008 contained 29.000 transistors.

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