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Fairchild Clipper
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The Clipper C100 Processor
The Clipper architecture was originally developed at Fairchild Semiconductor in Oct. 1985, and began shipping in 1986. It is implemented in a three chip module consisting of a microprocessor chip and two cache and memory management (CAMMU) chips, mounted on a small PC board.
The architecture was acquired by Intergraph Corporation in 1987.
References:  Instruction Set and Processor Implementation [pdf]  Memory Architecture, Cache and MMU [pdf]
Fairchild Clipper C100
Fairchild Clipper C100 Top Side
8744 USA
Fairchild Clipper C100 Top Side
Fairchild Clipper C100 Back Side
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Core Frequency:33 MHz
Board Frequency:33 MHz
Data bus (ext.):32 Bit
Address bus:32 Bit
Circuit Size:2.00
Manufactured:week 44/1987
Made in:USA
L1 Cache:4+4 KB
Package Type:Ceramic
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