PA-RISC Processors Components Hardware
The PA-RISC (Precision Architecture Reduced Instruction Set Computing), a.k.a. HP/PA (Hewlett Packard Precision Architecture) was developed by Hewlett-Packard's Systems & VLSI Technology Operation in the late 1980s. Most versions have no Level 2 cache. Instead, large Level 1 caches are used, first as separate chips connected via bus, and now integrated on-chip.
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- The OpenPA Project - Help and information for users of HP PA-RISC and IA64 based computers, including technical details of associated hardware and operating systems.
- PA-RISC Family - Growing article, with links to many related topics. [Wikipedia]
- My HP 9000 712/60 Gecko Workstation - Article on a PA-RISC-based HP 9000, its unique pa-risc HP Color Recovery technology, and NeXTSTEP. Byte Cellar.
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