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== LR33020 ==
 
== LR33020 ==
  
LR33020 GraphX is a processor designed for X-Terminal systems by LSI Logic. It has a [[R3000]] CPU core, integrated caches, write buffers, memory controllers and dedicated 2D graphics hardware. Other hardware built in is a bitblt coprocessor, DMA channels, 64-bit data path, video FIFO, PS/2 ports, support for ethernet. It supports mono, 2-bit and 4-bit grayscale and 8-, 16- and 32-bit color.
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LR33020 GraphX (LR33K) is a processor designed for X-Terminal systems by LSI Logic. It has a [[R3000]] CPU core, integrated caches, write buffers, memory controllers and dedicated 2D graphics hardware as COP2. Other hardware built in is a bitblt coprocessor, DMA channels, 64-bit data path, video FIFO, PS/2 ports, support for ethernet. It supports mono, 2-bit and 4-bit grayscale and 8-, 16- and 32-bit color.
  
 
The processor has probably no MMU or FPU.
 
The processor has probably no MMU or FPU.
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The original LSI's [[PMON]] firmware contains some support for this CPU.
  
 
== Links ==
 
== Links ==
 
* http://203.162.7.79/ieee/pdf/disk_38/392/4763/358_363_The%20LR33020%20GraphX%20proces.pdf
 
* http://203.162.7.79/ieee/pdf/disk_38/392/4763/358_363_The%20LR33020%20GraphX%20proces.pdf
 
* http://203.162.7.79/ieee/pdf/disk_57/442/6840/205_208_The%20architecture%20of%20the%20L.pdf
 
* http://203.162.7.79/ieee/pdf/disk_57/442/6840/205_208_The%20architecture%20of%20the%20L.pdf
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* [http://tekxp-linux.hopto.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Hardware/Hardware Tektronix TekXpess X terminals]

Revision as of 18:06, 12 June 2005

LR33020

LR33020 GraphX (LR33K) is a processor designed for X-Terminal systems by LSI Logic. It has a R3000 CPU core, integrated caches, write buffers, memory controllers and dedicated 2D graphics hardware as COP2. Other hardware built in is a bitblt coprocessor, DMA channels, 64-bit data path, video FIFO, PS/2 ports, support for ethernet. It supports mono, 2-bit and 4-bit grayscale and 8-, 16- and 32-bit color.

The processor has probably no MMU or FPU.

The original LSI's PMON firmware contains some support for this CPU.

Links