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mripley:

ATX motherboards exist for a variety of ARM processors. The reason for this is usually to provide a development platform for testing software on real processors. Have a look on simtec's website.

Have you seen Vista? It stuggles to run on a P4, the X-Scale has no chance!!

X-Scale processors can be found in a variety of RAID controllers. This isn't anything new either. The processor used in the Iyonix is more commonly found on RAID controllers.

 is a RISC OS Userknutson on 18/9/06 10:17AM
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