The Intel i376.

The Intel 80376, introduced January 16, 1989, was a variant of the Intel 80386SX intended for embedded systems. It differed from the 80386 in not supporting real mode (the processor booted directly into protected mode) and having no support for paging in the MMU. The 376 was available at 16 or 20 MHz.

It was replaced with the much more successful 80386EX from 1994, and was finally discontinued on June 15, 2001.


  • Intel 376 High Performance 32-bit Embedded Processor datasheet

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