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famous 16348x1 bit DRAM chip used in early computers
For 6502 series of processors, including hardware and assembly language questions. Use with [hardware] for the hardware interface in particular.
Discussions related to the 65816 CPU.
for questions about the 65c02 microprocessor
Motorola 6800 family of processors. This does not include the similarly-numbered but different 6809 family.
For questions regarding the Motorola 6809 microprocessor.
Questions about the Motorola MC6845 CRT Controller chip, or clones of it (e.g. MOS 6545).
For questions specifically regarding the Intel 8008 8-bit microprocessor
The Intel 80286 16-bit microprocessor. Use only for questions specifically about the processor; DO NO USE to mean ‘286-class machine’.
Intel's 80386 processor, alternatively known as the i386 or 386. Use only for questions specifically about the processor; DO NO USE to mean ‘386-class machine’.
for questions related to the Intel MCS-51 (commonly called 8051) and derivative chips.
For questions about the Intel 8080 8-bit microprocessor
For questions about the 8085 8-bit microprocessor
For questions specifically regarding the Intel 8086 16-bit microprocessor
For questions specifically regarding the Intel 8088 microprocessor.
for questions about the Intel 8254 Programmable Interval Timer
For generic questions about 8-bit microcomputers. For specific computers please use the appropriate specific tag.
The products of Acorn Computers Ltd., a British computer manufacturer founded in 1978.
Questions about the Algol languages: Algol 58 (IAL), Algol 60, Algol 68.
For questions related to Arithmetic Logic Units
For questions related to the Commodore Amiga family of personal computers.
for questions about the Commodore Amiga 1000 personal computer