Poster of 8-bit SC/MP3 processor INS8070D at CPU PAGES

8-bit SC/MP3 processor INS8070D with RAM from 1979 manufactured by National Semiconductor.

Poster size: 386x289mm
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CPU specification:

Manufacturer: National Semiconductor
Type: Microprocessor
Introduced: 1979
Name (codename): 8070 (SC/MP III)
Code (Copyright): INS8070D (no)
Specification number: no
Core speed: 4.0MHz
BUS: 4.0MHz, 8-bit
Transistors (Die size): ? (?mm square)
Technology: ?-micron NMOS
L1/L2 cache: no / no
RAM on chip: 64b
Can address: 64kB of physical memory
Drystone ALU: ?MIPS
V core primary (typical): (5±0.25)V
Power dissipation (typical): ?W
Operating temperature (min./max.): 0 – 70°C
Package (Socket): Side-Brazed CerDIP-40pin (DIL 40-pin)
Dimensions of CPU: 51 x 15 x 7mm

CPUpages.comEC040 – XC68EC040RC25B

MC68EC040 is low-cost MC68040 without integrated Memory Management Unit (MMU) and co-processor (FPU). Usually used as controller.

Manufacturer: Motorola
Type: RISC Microprocessor, Microcontroller
Introduced: 1991
Name (codename): 68EC040 (?)
Code (Copyright): XC68EC040RC25B revision B (no)
Specification number: no
Core speed: 25MHz
BUS: 25MHz, 32-bit
Transistors (Die size): 813 500 (?mm square)
Technology: 0.57-micron HCMOS
L1/L2 cache: 4kB + 4kB / 512kB (external on board, bus speed)
Can address: 4GB of physical and 1GB of virtual memory
FPU: Not integrated, Co-processor 68881 or 68882
Drystone ALU: 26.1MIPS
V core (typical): (5±0.25)V
Power dissipation (typical/max.): 2.4W – 3.9W
Operating temperature (min./max.): 0 – 110°C
Package (Socket): Ceramic PGA-179pin (Socket PGA-179pin)
Dimensions: 47.2 x 47.2 x 7mm

Origin: Mauduit Pascal (France)