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Facts about "Godson 2 - Loongson"
designerInstitute of Computing Technology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences + and Loongson +
first announced2003 +
first launchedOctober 17, 2003 +
full page nameloongson/godson 2 +
instance ofmicroprocessor family +
instruction set architectureMIPS64 +
main designerInstitute of Computing Technology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences +
manufacturerSTMicroelectronics + and SMICS +
microarchitectureGS464 +
nameGodson 2 +
process180 nm (0.18 μm, 1.8e-4 mm) +, 90 nm (0.09 μm, 9.0e-5 mm) +, 65 nm (0.065 μm, 6.5e-5 mm) + and 130 nm (0.13 μm, 1.3e-4 mm) +
technologyCMOS +
word size64 bit (8 octets, 16 nibbles) +