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'''The following wanted/requested chips should be documented.''' Stopping by to list a missing chip? Fantastic! just add its name to the list! If it's a really obscure chip, a link to a source wouldn't hurt!
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{{wikichip wanted}}'''The following wanted/requested chips should be documented.''' Stopping by to list a missing chip? Fantastic! just add its name to the list! If it's a really obscure chip, a link to a source wouldn't hurt!
 
 
 
 
  
 
= Missing/Requested/Wanted chips list =
 
= Missing/Requested/Wanted chips list =
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Mediatek helio G90T
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Mediatek helio G95
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Mediatek helio G90
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* Intel® Xeon® Bronze 3206R Processor 11MB cache 1.90 Ghz [https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/197101/intel-xeon-bronze-3206r-processor-11m-cache-1-90-ghz.html link]
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* IBM POWER9 (Revision 2.3) [https://i.postimg.cc/4y79XNQn/power9.gif]
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* AMD EPYC 7662 [https://www.amd.com/en/products/cpu/amd-epyc-7662 link]
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* AMD EPYC 7532 [https://www.amd.com/en/products/cpu/amd-epyc-7532 link]
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* AMD Ryzen 1600 "AF" [https://wccftech.com/first-gen-amd-ryzen-cpus-are-appearing-with-12nm-zen-architecture/ link]
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* AMD Ryzen 3 PRO 2100GE [https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/AMD-Ryzen-3-PRO-2100GE-3-2GHz-2C-4T-DDR4-35W-Socket-AM4-CPUs-Processors/153461400326?hash=item23bb032306:g:H~cAAOSwpjBcvwHV&frcectupt=true link]
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* AMD Ryzen 3 3100 [https://www.amd.com/en/products/cpu/amd-ryzen-3-3100 link]
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* AMD Ryzen 3 3200GE [https://www.amd.com/en/products/apu/amd-ryzen-3-3200ge link]
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* AMD Ryzen 5 3400GE [https://www.amd.com/en/products/apu/amd-ryzen-5-3400ge link]
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* AMD Ryzen 3 3300X [https://www.amd.com/en/products/cpu/amd-ryzen-3-3300x link]
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* AMD Ryzen 7 4750G [https://www.amd.com/en/ryzen-pro]
 
* Tilera /  Mellanox
 
* Tilera /  Mellanox
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* Mellanox NP-5 (former EZchip)
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* Mellanox BlueField IPU/SoC [https://www.mellanox.com/related-docs/prod_adapter_cards/PB_BlueField_IPU.pdf link]
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* Mellanox BlueField-2 IPU/SoC [https://www.mellanox.com/related-docs/prod_adapter_cards/PB_BlueField-2_IPU.pdf link]
 
* MIT Raw http://groups.csail.mit.edu/cag/raw/
 
* MIT Raw http://groups.csail.mit.edu/cag/raw/
 
* [[Transmeta]] / [[Crusoe]] / [[Efficeon]]
 
* [[Transmeta]] / [[Crusoe]] / [[Efficeon]]
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* [[Nvidia]] Project [[nvidia/denver|denver]]
 
* pretty much everything listed here http://ps-2.kev009.com/powerpc-faq/
 
* pretty much everything listed here http://ps-2.kev009.com/powerpc-faq/
 
* [[Quantum Effect Device]]/[[Quantum Effect Designs]] / [[PowerPC 603q]] / etc..
 
* [[Quantum Effect Device]]/[[Quantum Effect Designs]] / [[PowerPC 603q]] / etc..
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* Intersil ISD-8, was announced in 1994 (can see it [http://chiclassiccomp.org/docs/content/publications/ACS_Newsletter/ACS_Newsletter_3_7.pdf here], and [https://books.google.com/books?id=XeazBgAAQBAJ&lpg=PA72&ots=eR_z2Or3Cf&dq=fairchild%20PPS-25&pg=PA72#v=onepage&q&f=false here]) unknown if ever released or was codename possibly or the Intersil 6100
 
* Intersil ISD-8, was announced in 1994 (can see it [http://chiclassiccomp.org/docs/content/publications/ACS_Newsletter/ACS_Newsletter_3_7.pdf here], and [https://books.google.com/books?id=XeazBgAAQBAJ&lpg=PA72&ots=eR_z2Or3Cf&dq=fairchild%20PPS-25&pg=PA72#v=onepage&q&f=false here]) unknown if ever released or was codename possibly or the Intersil 6100
 
* Mostek MK5065
 
* Mostek MK5065
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* Infineon Carmel DSP
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* Infineon MCUs used in Siemens phones (http://forum.allsiemens.com/viewtopic.php?t=47891)
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** EGold
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*** PMB2850
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*** PMB6850
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*** PMB7850
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*** PMB7860
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** SGold
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*** PMB8870
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*** PMB8875
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*** PMB8876
 
* TCL41, 43, 45  
 
* TCL41, 43, 45  
 
* [[Intel Pentium A1020]]
 
* [[Intel Pentium A1020]]
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* [[Intel Pentium MMX]]
 
* [[Intel Pentium MMX]]
 
* [[Intel Pentium III]]
 
* [[Intel Pentium III]]
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* [[Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9300]]
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* Or any of the mobile Core 2 CPUs
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* [[Intel Pentium G3258]]
 
(list not complete)
 
(list not complete)
  
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* [[NovaThor]]
 
* [[NovaThor]]
 
* [[MediaTek MT6735]]
 
* [[MediaTek MT6735]]
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* [[Microsoft Xenon]]
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* [[Nordic Semiconductor nRF52832]]
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* [[Nordic Semiconductor nRF52840]]
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* [[Intel Xeon X5670]]
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* [[Intel Xeon X5690]]
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== ARM SoC Chips ==
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* [[Spreadtrum SC9863]] (8x [[Cortex-A55]] at 1.6 GHz)
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* [[Amlogic S905X3]] (4x [[Cortex-A55]], [[Mali-G31]]MP2)
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* [[Broadcom BCM2835]] (1x [[ARM11]], [[VideoCore IV ]])
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* [[Broadcom BCM2836]] (4x [[Cortex-A7]], [[VideoCore IV ]])
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* [[Broadcom BCM2837]] (4x [[Cortex-A53]], [[VideoCore IV ]])
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* [[Broadcom BCM2837B0]] (4x [[Cortex-A53]], [[VideoCore IV ]])
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* [[Broadcom BCM2711]] (4x [[Cortex-A72]], [[VideoCore IV ]])
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* NXP LX2080A/LX2120A/LX2160A (8x/12x/16x [[Cortex-A72]], 2xDDR4-3200) [https://www.nxp.com/products/processors-and-microcontrollers/arm-processors/layerscape-communication-process/layerscape-lx2160a-multicore-communications-processor:LX2160A nxp.com Overview]
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* Apple M1
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List copied from http://linux-sunxi.org/Allwinner_SoC_Family
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=== A series ===
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* [[Allwinner A10]] (sun4i) 1 x [[Cortex-A8]] CPU-core
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* [[Allwinner A13]] (sun5i) 1 x [[Cortex-A8]] CPU-core
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* [[Allwinner A10s]] (sun5i) 1 x [[Cortex-A8]] CPU-core
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* [[Allwinner A20]] (sun7i) 2 x [[Cortex-A7]] CPU-cores
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* [[Allwinner A23]] (sun8i) 2 x [[Cortex-A7]] CPU-cores
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* [[Allwinner A31]] (sun6i) 4 x [[Cortex-A7]] CPU-cores
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* [[Allwinner A31s]] (sun6i) 4 x [[Cortex-A7]] CPU-cores
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* [[Allwinner A33]] (sun8i) 4 x [[Cortex-A7]] CPU-cores
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* [[Allwinner A80]] (sun9i) 4 x [[Cortex-A7]] CPU-cores + 4 x [[Cortex-A15]] CPU-cores
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* [[Allwinner A83T]] (sun8i) 8 x [[Cortex-A7]] CPU-cores
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* [[Allwinner A64]] (sun50i) 4 x [[Cortex-A53]] CPU-core
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=== H series ===
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* [[Allwinner H2+]] (sun8i) 4 x [[Cortex-A7]] CPU-core
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* [[Allwinner H3]] (sun8i) 4 x [[Cortex-A7]] CPU-core
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* [[Allwinner H8]] (sun8i) 8 x [[Cortex-A7]] CPU-core
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* [[Allwinner H5]] (sun50i) 4 x [[Cortex-A53]] CPU-core
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* [[Allwinner H6]] (sun50i) 4 x [[Cortex-A53]] CPU-core
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* [[Allwinner H64]] (sun50i) 4 x [[Cortex-A53]] CPU-core
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=== R series ===
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* [[Allwinner R8]] (sun5i) 1 x [[Cortex-A8]] CPU-core
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* [[Allwinner R16]] (sun8i) 4 x [[Cortex-A7]] CPU-core
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* [[Allwinner R40]] (sun8i) 4 x [[Cortex-A7]] CPU-core
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* [[Allwinner R58]] (sun8i) 8 x [[Cortex-A7]] CPU-core
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=== V series ===
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* [[Allwinner V3]] (sun8i) 1 x [[Cortex-A7]] CPU-core
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* [[Allwinner V3s]] (sun8i) 1 x [[Cortex-A7]] CPU-core
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* [[Allwinner V40]] (sun8i) 4 x [[Cortex-A7]] CPU-core
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=== F series ===
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* [[Boxchip C100]] (sun3i)
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* [[Boxchip E200]] (sun3i)
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* [[Boxchip F20]] (sun3i)
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* [[Boxchip F10]] aka SoChip SC9800 aka Teclast T8100 (sunii)
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* [[Boxchip F13]] (sunii)
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* [[Boxchip F15]] aka SoChip SC8600 aka Teclast T7200 (sunii)
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* [[Boxchip F18]] (sunii)
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* [[Allwinner F1C100s]] (suniv)
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* [[Allwinner F1C600]] (suniv)
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* [[Allwinner F1C100A]] (suniv)
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* [[Allwinner F1C700]] (sun5i)

Revision as of 08:59, 18 November 2020

The following wanted/requested chips should be documented. Stopping by to list a missing chip? Fantastic! just add its name to the list! If it's a really obscure chip, a link to a source wouldn't hurt!

Missing/Requested/Wanted chips list

Mediatek helio G90T Mediatek helio G95 Mediatek helio G90

(list not complete)

4-bit ones

Some 8-bit ones

Parallax's Basic Stamp 2 board (BS2P24). This board has a CPU and a BASIC interpreter on-board. (from program).

ARM SoC Chips



  • Apple M1

List copied from http://linux-sunxi.org/Allwinner_SoC_Family

A series

H series

R series

V series

F series