Originally Posted by Megol
I guessing that you are referring to Intel? If so you should brush up on microprocessor history. Calculator processors? LOL!
Brush up? I'm old enough to remember
That was what TI and Intel initially produced.
And IBMs choice of the 8088 was particularly pathetic for a costly machine.
That gave the system an 8 bit data path to memory, whereas the 8086 at only slightly more cost would have given a 16 bit data path to memory.
Don't presume to lecture me about microprocessors, I was using computers before the microprocessor existed.
My first personal computer was a hand built SWTPC system, and in the '80s and '90s I worked for a company that designed and built 68K based multitasking multiuser systems.
In laughing out loud, you are only making a fool of yourself.
And I have no time for fools.