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Thread: 16F84A - 4MHz or 20MHz?
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>For hobby use - feel free to push it.

I don't get it.. Why would you give yourself another potential headache for
a couple dollars?  My approach is to buy the fastest for protos, then use
what I need in production. I don't need any "mystery problems".

>If you put one in my pacemaker (or microwave oven), please stick to the
>spec!

100% agreement :)



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