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A lower-speed version of the Intel 80386. Ituses a 16-bit data bus instead of a 32-bit data bus. It has a24-bit address bus. It is faster than the 286, and moreimportantly, like the full-size 386, provides more flexibilityin running existing DOS applications. Intel's version runs at16 MHz, while AMD's can run at up to 33 MHz. It comes in aPFP package.
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