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Acorn ARM710 CPU

The ARM710 CPU was clocked at 40MHz and used in the second generation of Risc PCs - the Risc PC 700. RISC OS 3.60 was released at the same time and included support for the ARM7. The AMR710 CPU gave a performance improvement of approximately 25% over the 30MHz ARM610.

Date : Unknown

Manufacturer : Acorn Computers Ltd

Format : Processor Board

Physical Description : Expansion card.

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH53326. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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