if they weren't so expensive and hard to find, I would do that. As it stands, I am looking for a good deal on a 40MHz one.
No probs. It'd be interesting if you do get offbyone functioning on win3.x. I always thought would only on win95 up.I tried win95c on it and used the offbyone browser to browse the net.
Ive not got DOS networked on it, that's something low on the priority list for me, but I eventually wanna try to get offbyone running in 3.11 on fuzzy the 386.
I said in full, "Intel never made a 386 faster than 33 MHz (at least not for the consumer PC market; maybe they did for specialized embedded processors)". The CPU you link to is a CPU designed for embedded use, not the consumer market.
Digikey lists the one you linked to as "Embedded - Microprocessors".