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However, hubersn was suggesting a Kirkwood port, so might as well bench it.

I do recall both out-of-order and in-order cores under the "Sheeva" name. That's a huge difference - like calling an A5000 another kind of RiscPC.

Of course, both the XScale-derived cores and the Feroceon-derived cores are ARMv5TE... take that however you will, but I know at least WinMo 7 is rumored to require (for Chassis 1, anyway) ARMv6.

 is a RISC OS Userbhtooefr on 2/9/09 5:55AM
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