See also the specific 386 page.
See also the specific 586 (=Pentium) page.
See also the general 80x86 page.
You should check out the National Semiconductor NS486SXF and SXL parts.
They are low cost, with many integrated peripherals
and performance is above the 386EX but below standard 486s
from Intel or AMD (they only have 1K cache and a 16 bit data bus).
The web site for information is:
Source: Bruce Ableidinger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
See also: AMD Elan parts
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local - See the other families of processors.