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== What is VICE? ==
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VICE (or ICE as some call it) is a Video Image Compression Engine found on the SGI O2. It's made up of a 64-bit R4000 derived unit and a 128bit SIMD unit. Both run a 66Mhz.
 
VICE (or ICE as some call it) is a Video Image Compression Engine found on the SGI O2. It's made up of a 64-bit R4000 derived unit and a 128bit SIMD unit. Both run a 66Mhz.
  

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VICE (or ICE as some call it) is a Video Image Compression Engine found on the SGI O2. It's made up of a 64-bit R4000 derived unit and a 128bit SIMD unit. Both run a 66Mhz.

Linux support

Experimental patches to binutils and the kernel exists but they are very old (from 2002). A start of a libVICE library also exists.

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