IBM RS/6000

   A set of seven or nine separate 32-bit chips used in IBM's line of reduced instruction set computing (RISC) workstations.
   With as many as 7.4 million transistors, the RS/6000 uses a superscalar design with four separate 16KB data-cache units and an 8KB instruction cache. The joint venture announced between IBM, Apple, and Motorola in late 1991 specified the development of a single-chip version of the RS/6000 architecture called the PowerPC.

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