WTD: AMD or Intel 80387 Math Coprocessor IC

From: Joe <rigdonj_at_cfl.rr.com>
Date: Wed Feb 26 17:02:00 2003

At 10:43 PM 2/26/03 -0000, you wrote:
>Hi all,
> I'm trying to track down a 387 math coprocessor IC for an old 386-based
>Linux box that's going to be doing a bit of numbercrunching for me. Has
>anyone here got an AMD or Intel (AMD preferred) 387 coprocessor rated at

   40 MHz? I didn't think they made them over 25 Mhz. I have a couple around here but I'll have to dig them out. However I'm pretty sure that they're 20 and 25 Mhz.


(-40 part number suffix) that would work correctly with an AMD
>Am386DX-40? No, before you ask, the 386DX does *not* have a built in
>mathco - the 486DX was (IIRC) the first DX-series chip with a built-in
Received on Wed Feb 26 2003 - 17:02:00 GMT

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