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1977: AMI
  week 04, 1977: AMI S6800
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AMI S6800
AMI S6800 Top Side
AMI S6800 Back Side
The 6800 processor was released by Motorola in 1975 and has been developed as an enhancement of the Intel 8008 at the same time that Intel was developing the 8080A, also as an enhancement of the 8008. The 6800 was first used in cars by GM and Ford and later found its way into the computer market through several computer manufacturers (MITS, Systems Research, Sphere and Southwest Technical Products).
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Core Frequency:1 MHz
Board Frequency:1 MHz
Data bus (ext.):8 Bit
Address bus:8 Bit
Voltage:5 V
Manufactured:week 04/1977
Made in:Korea
Package Type:Plastic
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