New dual processing core PowerPC processor

By Derek Sooman on September 29, 2004, 2:30 PM
Designed using the 90-nanometer silicon-on-insulator manufacturing process, the MPC8641D is a dual processing core PowerPC processor from Freescale Semiconductor Inc., the chip company derived from Motorola Inc. The processor integrates two e600 PowerPC cores with each processor able to operate at a clock frequency of 1.5-GHz. There are two 1-Mbyte level-two caches and dual AltiVec(TM) vector processing engines. There is no word yet on availability.




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bijoy_1984 said:
Can anyone show me some images of motherboards and CPUs which support dual-core processing. I would be very thankful to you, if you mail it to me as we are keen in keeping in touch with the future.
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