Powerpc 601

A 32-bit RISC processor with 2.8 million transistors (~1.2 million in the core logic) and 32 kilobytes of on-chip cache. Die size: 118.8 mm2. Heat dissipation at 66MHz: 9W. Performance at 66MHz: integer >60 SPECint92, floating-point >80 SPECfp92. Estimated manufacturing cost: $76. Maximum instructions per cycle: 3. 32 32-bit general-purpose registers. 32 64-bit floating-point registers. Successors: PowerPC 603, 604, 620.


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