Would you say choose R4300 or R4x00 in make config?
>> Also (with similar caveats), I notice that it is called a Vr4111
>> (vs. Vr3111), which leads me to reason that NEC probably considers
>> it part of the R4000 family.
>The Vr41xx CPU core is NEC's first attempt to implement a MIPS CPU (as
>opposed to building a MIPS-designed CPU like R4400, or working as part
>of a MIPS design team like Vr4300).
>It is a clone of the R4000 architecture - a 64-bit CPU running most of
>the MIPS-3 core instruction set. The TLB is R4000-like, but then all
>recent MIPS CPU TLBs are R4000-like, since anything else won't ever
>run Windows CE.
>I know it fails to provide the (core MIPS-3) instructions LL/SC,
>because it's designers erroneously thought they were only useful for
>multiprocessor systems. Otherwise, it should be pretty compatible.