68k Processors Components Hardware
The term 68k means the Motorola 68000 series processors. Some variants: 68000, 68010, 68020, 68030, 68040, 68060; CPU32 (68330), 68360 (QUICC), ColdFire, DragonBall. These were and are used in many: Personal computers: Apple Macintosh, Commodore Amiga, Atari ST, early HP 9000s; Workstations: Sun Microsystems Unix, Apollo/Domain. Video games: Sega Genesis/MegaDrive, NeoGeo, several arcade machines. Many versions are in production, as embedded processors.
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- 68000 - Information, photos of many 68k chips, including second processors source makers. [cpu-collection.de]
- 68K/ColdFire - Makes and sells 68k processors. Includes, varied information: components documents, datasheets, product selector, tools, design, fora, FAQs, components success stories, links. [Freescale Semiconductor, Inc.]
- 68k - Growing article, with links to many related topics. components [Wikipedia]
- ColdFire Development Resources - Source code for a GCC variant, with optimizations, components bug fixes 68k for Freescale Semiconductor (Motorola) variable length components RISC 68K series processors; 68k information on how to components use GNU C, RTEMS, and other 68k free tools components for embedded development.
- comp.sys.m68k Frequently Asked Questions - Information on many 68k members.
- Motorola 68000 - Growing article, with links to many related topics. [Wikipedia]
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