Are the CHIPS Super 386 chips really worth nearly $200 USD?
https://www.ebay.com/itm/CHIPS-Super-386-J386 … utorefresh=true
Does anyone have a motherboard which works with these?
Not worth $200, at least in my opinion.. but 33 mhz was 'standard' for 386's after a quick browse on cpu-world.com vintage section. Some manufacturers even had 386 chips up to 40 Mhz and 50 Mhz as a normal chip too, and then I saw an upgrade module for 66 mhz. So chips 33 mhz 386 chip should, in theory, work in any 386 motherboard.
[code]C&T also designed a 386-compatible microprocessor known as the Super386 38600DX/38600SX using clean room design techniques, but this chip never enjoyed as much success as the 386 CPUs produced by Intel, AMD, and Cyrix. C&T 38605DX had 512 byte cache, but the 144 pin PGA package was incompatible with 386 socket.[/code]
I was asking because, according to wiki, the Super 386 had a non-standard pin package and was incompatible with PGA-132 motherboards. Does anybody have a motherboard which will work with the Super386?