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PDP-11 models 93 & 94

The PDP-11/93 was part of the last generation of DEC-produced PDP-11's; it was QBUS only, its UNIBUS-capable twin being the PDP-11/94. Both used the KDJ11-E CPU.

It ran at 1 VUPS, making the 93/94 the fastest PDP-11.


Quote: Introduced in 1990. The last of the original (DEC) PDP-11s. Technically it is a re-enginered PDP-11/83 (it uses the same J-11 CPU chip) with more modern components (it could be modified for 20MHz clock frequency), and 2 or 4 MB's of on-board ECC RAM. It also features eight buffered serial lines (a terminal multiplexer emulated by a Z80) on the processor board.

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