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Facts about "Godson-2C - Loongson"
base frequency500 MHz (0.5 GHz, 500,000 kHz) +
core count1 +
core nameGS464 +
designerLoongson +
die area41.54 mm² (0.0644 in², 0.415 cm², 41,540,000 µm²) +
die length6.2 mm (0.62 cm, 0.244 in, 6,200 µm) +
die width6.7 mm (0.67 cm, 0.264 in, 6,700 µm) +
familyGodson 2 +
first announced2004 +
first launchedSeptember 28, 2004 +
full page nameloongson/godson 2/2c +
instance ofmicroprocessor +
isaMIPS64 +
isa familyMIPS +
l1$ size0.125 MiB (128 KiB, 131,072 B, 1.220703e-4 GiB) +
l1d$ description4-way set associative +
l1d$ size0.0625 MiB (64 KiB, 65,536 B, 6.103516e-5 GiB) +
l1i$ description4-way set associative +
l1i$ size0.0625 MiB (64 KiB, 65,536 B, 6.103516e-5 GiB) +
ldateSeptember 28, 2004 +
main imageFile:godson-2c.jpg +
main image captionGodson-2C chip +
manufacturerSMICS +
market segmentDesktop +
max cpu count1 +
microarchitectureGS464 +
model number2C +
nameGodson-2C +
part numberDXP100 +
power dissipation5 W (5,000 mW, 0.00671 hp, 0.005 kW) +
process180 nm (0.18 μm, 1.8e-4 mm) +
seriesGodson 2 +
technologyCMOS +
thread count1 +
transistor count13,500,000 +
word size64 bit (8 octets, 16 nibbles) +