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The NEC V60 (μPD70616) was a CISC processor manufactured by NEC introduced in the late 1980s. It had a 32-bit internal bus and a 16-bit external bus with a 24-bit address bus. A relatively obscure design, it was a radical departure from NEC's previous V-series CPUs (such as the NEC V20), most of which were based on the Intel x86 model. According to NEC's documentation, the change was made due to the increasing demand and diversity of programs, calling for a processor with both power (the...
Topics: NEC V60 CPU, Manual, Documentation