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8:32 PM on February 6, 2017 
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Reply Tim Jarrett
7:04 PM on September 30, 2016 
Guus says...
Hi,

I just discovered your website and I would like to congratulate you with this really amazing looking website. The contents is excellent and very complete. Great work ! I was an application engineer at Intel many years ago (1981 - 1986) and I recognize most of the stuff that I have been working on.

I have a question for you.
I happen to have some vintage Intel chips, but one of them is completely unknown to me and I cannot find any information on this one. Can you help ?
The part number is: A80C452P(ES)
It is housed in a ceramic pin grid array package and it is produced in Malaysia. Date code: 8642.
On the top side of the package there is a 32 pads footprint to solder another chip to it.

Many thanks.
Regards,
Guus


Hi - If I remember correctly the IC in question is an 8052 and the pads on top are for adding an external ROM as it has no internal ROM.
Rgds Tim
Reply Tim Jarrett
7:00 PM on September 30, 2016 
Great site! I cut my teeth on the Intel MDS systems, it's great to see that people are interested in keeping these systems alive. Keep up the good work!
Reply Mustafa A. Katie
7:30 PM on August 21, 2016 
Simon Gray says...
Hi,
I have a number of these Intel data sheets/books and I remember how useful and instructive they were (and are). To see that you have put so much effort into preserving and putting online this information is pleasing and humbling. Thank you for your website and what you are doing. Simon


Dear Simon,

Many thanks for your note.It's really make me very happy & motive me to complete the missing documents.

Thanks Again & Best Regards,

Mustafa A. Katie
www.intel-vintage.info
Reply Simon Gray
11:09 AM on August 18, 2016 
Hi,
I have a number of these Intel data sheets/books and I remember how useful and instructive they were (and are). To see that you have put so much effort into preserving and putting online this information is pleasing and humbling. Thank you for your website and what you are doing. Simon
Reply Mustafa A. Katie
1:39 PM on August 17, 2016 
Guus says...
Hi,

I just discovered your website and I would like to congratulate you with this really amazing looking website. The contents is excellent and very complete. Great work ! I was an application engineer at Intel many years ago (1981 - 1986) and I recognize most of the stuff that I have been working on.

I have a question for you.
I happen to have some vintage Intel chips, but one of them is completely unknown to me and I cannot find any information on this one. Can you help ?
The part number is: A80C452P(ES)
It is housed in a ceramic pin grid array package and it is produced in Malaysia. Date code: 8642.
On the top side of the package there is a 32 pads footprint to solder another chip to it.

Many thanks.
Regards,
Guus


Dear Guus,

Sorry for the delay in my reply & many thanks for your compliment about my web site
if you see the "80" extension for microprocessor or micro-controller "C" for CMOS & "452" part no.
I search the net I found some data sheet it's seem this IC is : CHMOS PROGRAMMABLE I/O PROCESSOR
The link : http://www.datasheetarchive.com/A80C452-datasheet.html
If this not help you can contact my friend Peter his web site : http://www.cpu-galaxy.at
I hope you can get the info. you need for this Intel's IC

Thanks Again & Best Wishes,

Mustafa A. Katie
www.intel-vintage.info
Reply Guus
10:44 AM on August 10, 2016 
Hi,

I just discovered your website and I would like to congratulate you with this really amazing looking website. The contents is excellent and very complete. Great work ! I was an application engineer at Intel many years ago (1981 - 1986) and I recognize most of the stuff that I have been working on.

I have a question for you.
I happen to have some vintage Intel chips, but one of them is completely unknown to me and I cannot find any information on this one. Can you help ?
The part number is: A80C452P(ES)
It is housed in a ceramic pin grid array package and it is produced in Malaysia. Date code: 8642.
On the top side of the package there is a 32 pads footprint to solder another chip to it.

Many thanks.
Regards,
Guus
Reply Mustafa A. Katie
3:52 PM on July 28, 2016 
Marco says...
Your page is extraordinary. Thank you for sharing all this information. Greetings from South America, Chile.


Dear Marco , Many thanks for your compliment.