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Transmeta P95 Engineering Sample


Transmeta P95 Engineering Sample

Transmeta P95 Engineering Sample
Notes:Initial engineering sample of Transmeta's first processor.
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Date: 13.11.2007 22:55
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debs3759
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Comments: 6
Not a Transmeta

That's an IBM part number. Don't know what it is though, but it's not a Transmeta chip
06.01.2008 23:20 Offline debs3759 debs at ukcpu.net http://www.ukcpu.net
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Comments: 0
Sure?

I had it uploaded by a anonymous guest so there is no reference more than what he wrote.

Some googling shows...

1. P95 was the codename for the first Crusoe
2. There is a reference* to a TM2500 cpu at a Chinese manufacturer
3. IBM made the chips for Transmeta. Perhaps thats why it has a IBM partnumber?

* http://www.made-in-china.com/showroom/sandolisafly/product-detailKoenlxjBhpkm/China-Tablet-PC.html
07.01.2008 19:44 Offline admin admin at yourdomain.com



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