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Facts about "8080 - Intel"
base frequency0.5 MHz (5.0e-4 GHz, 500 kHz) + and 2.08 MHz (0.00208 GHz, 2,080 kHz) +
core count1 +
designerIntel +
die area20.1 mm² (0.0312 in², 0.201 cm², 20,100,000 µm²) +
die length4.826 mm (0.483 cm, 0.19 in, 4,826.01 µm) +
die width4.166 mm (0.417 cm, 0.164 in, 4,165.608 µm) +
familyMCS-80 +
first announcedApril 15, 1974 +
first launchedApril 15, 1974 +
full page nameintel/mcs-80/8080 +
instance ofmicroprocessor +
isa8080 +
isa family8080 +
ldateApril 15, 1974 +
main imageFile:KL Intel C8080.jpg +
main image captionC8080 +
manufacturerIntel +
market segmentCommercial + and Industrial +
microarchitecture8080 +
model number8080 +
name8080 +
part numberC8080 +
process6,000 nm (6 μm, 0.006 mm) +
seriesMCS80 +
technologynMOS +
transistor count4,500 +
word size8 bit (1 octets, 2 nibbles) +