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The '''RM7900''' offers clock speeds upto 833MHz. This processor is used on the Ocelot 3 board. It has 16kB D-cache, 16kB I-cache and 256kB S-cache. It packages a single E9000 core into an [[RM7000]] pin compatible package.  It's primary target market is to provide a simple upgrade path of [[RM7000]]-based designs.
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The '''RM7900''' offers clock speeds upto 833MHz. This processor is used on the [[Ocelot 3]] board. It has 16kB D-cache, 16kB I-cache and 256kB S-cache. It packages a single E9000 core into an [[RM7000]] pin compatible package.  It's primary target market is to provide a simple upgrade path of [[RM7000]]-based designs.
  
 
== Linux Support ==
 
== Linux Support ==
 
The RM7900 is supported in Linux 2.4 and 2.6
 
The RM7900 is supported in Linux 2.4 and 2.6

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The RM7900 offers clock speeds upto 833MHz. This processor is used on the Ocelot 3 board. It has 16kB D-cache, 16kB I-cache and 256kB S-cache. It packages a single E9000 core into an RM7000 pin compatible package. It's primary target market is to provide a simple upgrade path of RM7000-based designs.

Linux Support

The RM7900 is supported in Linux 2.4 and 2.6