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rhyno_dagreat



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Is there a single set of ARM manuals like Intel has? The reason why I ask is because for a research topic for my English class, I'm writing a paper comparing the two architectures (primarily LISC and RISC architectures). Hope someone can help! I need the info before the weekends up, 'because I have to write it this weekend. It's got to be 8 pages long. (EEK!)
Post 20 Oct 2006, 17:43
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Post 20 Oct 2006, 19:41
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rhyno_dagreat



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Thanks man!
Post 20 Oct 2006, 20:05
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vid
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that's the one you need! btw, RISC is way of future, intel already realized it with itanium, but amd bitched it up just for money with amd64
Post 21 Oct 2006, 13:11
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rhyno_dagreat



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Ah, I see. Awesome! And when I said LISC, I meant CISC. (I couldn't remember the acronym correct, and thought it was "Large Instruction Set Computer" instead of "Complex Instruction Set Computer".) Just out of my own curiousity, does anyone know how these chips are manufactured? I've thought of going into chip hardware as a future possibility. Thanks!
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revolution
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does anyone know how these chips are manufactured?
With very expensive equipment in very expensive factories (called fabs in the industry). But you might try searching for terms like "silicon lithography". I recall the Intel website has some papers about the technology used to manufacture the IC's.
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Revolution - Cool! Thanks for the info.
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