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Russian quad core processor Elbrus-4S.svg
Developer MCST
Type Microprocessors
Introduction 2014 (launch)
Architecture Elbrus (VLIW), version 3
Word size 64 bit
8 octets
16 nibbles
Process 65 nm
0.065 μm
6.5e-5 mm
Clock 800 MHz
Package HFCBGA 1600
Socket Surface mount
Elbrus-2S+ Elbrus-8S

Elbrus-4S (rus. Эльбрус-4С, code designation: 1891ВМ8Я) is an universal multi-core VLIW microprocessor with the Elbrus architecture, developed by the russian company MCST.


The «Elbrus-4S» processor contains 4 cores, level 2 cache memory with a total capacity of 8 megabytes, 3 memory controllers compliant with DDR3-1600, 3 interprocessor communication channels and an input-output channel. Each processor core executes 23 instructions per cycle. The processor contains hardware support for binary translation of 64-bit Intel/AMD codes. The peak processor performance is 25 Gflops for a 64-bit configuration and 50 Gflops for a 32-bit configuration[1]. The average power dissipation is 45 watts. The microprocessor is intended for use in personal computers and servers[2][3].


Facts about "MCST/elbrus-4s"
designerMCST +
first launched2014 +
full page nameMCST/elbrus-4s +
instance ofmicroprocessor family +
main designerMCST +
nameElbrus-4S +
packageHFCBGA 1600 +
process65 nm (0.065 μm, 6.5e-5 mm) +
socketSurface mount +
word size64 bit (8 octets, 16 nibbles) +