ID #3970

Processors: MC68LC040 / XC68LC040

Connection: CPU Sockel

33Mhz (XC) PGA Component
33Mhz (XC) PGA Component

Voltage: 5V
Data Bus: 32bit
Address Bus: 32bit
Cache: 4k instruction cache
4k data cache
MMU: Yes
FPU: None
Transistors: 813,500

Available in Mhz

This processor has been used on several accelerator cards and as the base processor on some developer releases of the A4000. The primary difference between the 68040 and the 68LC040 is that it does not have an FPU. The 68LC040s were usually just 68040's where the FPU had failed during testing. The LC040 is different to the EC040 which doesn't have a working FPU or MMU. The primary difference between the XC versions and the MC versions is that the MC processors are slightly newer versions which are more tolerant to overclocking and heat.

Letzte Änderung des Artikels: 2009-01-26 22:01
Revision: 1.0

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