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Facts about "Alpha - DEC"
designerDEC +, Compaq + and HP +
first announcedFebruary 1992 +
first launchedNovember 20, 1992 +
full page namedec/alpha +
instance ofmicroprocessor family +
instruction set architectureAlpha +
main designerDEC +
manufacturerDEC +, Samsung +, Intel + and IBM +
microarchitecture21064 +, 21164 +, 21264 + and 21364 +
nameAlpha +
packagePGA-431 +, PGA-499 +, PGA-587 + and PGA-1443 +
process750 nm (0.75 μm, 7.5e-4 mm) +, 675 nm (0.675 μm, 6.75e-4 mm) +, 500 nm (0.5 μm, 5.0e-4 mm) +, 350 nm (0.35 μm, 3.5e-4 mm) +, 250 nm (0.25 μm, 2.5e-4 mm) +, 180 nm (0.18 μm, 1.8e-4 mm) + and 130 nm (0.13 μm, 1.3e-4 mm) +
technologyCMOS +
word size64 bit (8 octets, 16 nibbles) +