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The KM1810BM88 is a microprocessor from the former USSR , which is an exact replica of the Intel 8088 and can therefore be assigned to the 8-bit architecture . Its white ceramic housing and gold-plated pins are characteristic, which means that the processor is particularly valued by collectors. In contrast, the analog KP1810BM88 has a black plastic housing. Production took place at the Kvazar plant in Kiev .

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