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Fx-9860gii Processor

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#1 GodOfCows


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Posted 29 August 2018 - 04:46 PM

Does anyone know the Fx-9860gii's processor model. I know it is the SuperH 4, but what version of it? SuperH 4 100 or 200 or 103 or 203?

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Posted 21 January 2020 - 06:10 PM

Still no one knows on this CASIO forum. Or is this information for special initiates?
I was always surprised by the completely unnecessary information provided by the manufacturer of gadgets: 9999 functions, plotting, the presence of a protective cover in the kit, three years of warranty. But when users ask about basic characteristics (the speed of calculations depending on the state of RAM, the COG LCD model
or battery consumption in specific modes, etc.), the answer is complete silence for many years. And why did the fx-9860gii (SH4) install a cheap capacity for 10 cents and a keyboard for $2? Because the warranty is only three years :-)

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