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The '''R6000''' is an [[Wikipedia:ECL|ECL]] implementation of the [[Wikipedia:MIPS_architecture|MIPS architecture]] which was produced by [[Wikipedia:Bipolar_Integrated_Technology Bipolar|Integrated Technology]].  The R6000 miroprocessor did introduce the [[ISA|MIPS II]] instruction set. Its TLB and cache architecture are different from all other members of the MIPS family.  The R6000 did not deliver the promised performance benefits, and although it saw some use in [[Wikipedia:Control_Data|Control Data]] machines, it quickly disappeared from the mainstream market.
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The '''R6000''' is an [[Wikipedia:ECL|ECL]] implementation of the [[Wikipedia:MIPS_architecture|MIPS architecture]] which was produced by [[Wikipedia:Bipolar_Integrated_Technology Bipolar|Integrated Technology]].  The R6000 miroprocessor did introduce the [[Instruction_Set_Architecture#MIPS_II|MIPS II]] instruction set. Its TLB and cache architecture are different from all other members of the MIPS family.  The R6000 did not deliver the promised performance benefits, and although it saw some use in [[Wikipedia:Control_Data|Control Data]] machines, it quickly disappeared from the mainstream market.
  
 
== Linux Support ==
 
== Linux Support ==
 
The R6000 is not supported by Linux/MIPS.
 
The R6000 is not supported by Linux/MIPS.

Revision as of 13:18, 2 January 2005

The R6000 is an ECL implementation of the MIPS architecture which was produced by Integrated Technology. The R6000 miroprocessor did introduce the MIPS II instruction set. Its TLB and cache architecture are different from all other members of the MIPS family. The R6000 did not deliver the promised performance benefits, and although it saw some use in Control Data machines, it quickly disappeared from the mainstream market.

Linux Support

The R6000 is not supported by Linux/MIPS.