ploopster at gmail.com
Fri Nov 23 03:02:14 CST 2007
>>>>> Wasn't the PS/2 30 an 8086? (can't remember for sure)
>>>> Initially. A later version used the 286. The model 25 was, as far
>>>> as I'm aware, always an 8086.
>>> The model25 was 8088 powered and I think a few others of that series.
>> Definitely not. 8086 or better. None ran an 8088.
> The one I have has an 8088, model 8530-002. Well actually I pulled
> the board out to use the case for an SB180 with Adaptec SCSI/MFM
> adpator, a Miniscribe 20mb disk plus reusing the 3,5" disk and
> power. Made a nice case for that. Been stripping the PCs board
I've never owned a -002, but I have a -021 in the pile somewhere that
definitely has an 8086. The IBM Internal sales spec sheet I have here
shows the -002 having an 8MHz 8086.
> Must of had a strange one. ;)
If it was an 8088, you did indeed. 8-)
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