Talk:LNX Code 8

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LNX Code 8 - Ingenic?[edit]

All the references to the chip itself link to the Ingenic website - where their Jz SoC are presented. So where is the LNX Code 8? Is it a Jz4720/Jz4730? -- Mewtu (talk) 18:54, 27 May 2009 (UTC)

Contradictions in the article - MIPS or x86?[edit]

Now which architecture has this CPU? First, the article says
The exact technical specifications are not known but the publicly available chip to which the LNX Code 8 specifications correspond most closely is the DM&P Vortex86SX Embedded System-on-Chip, containing a 486-compatible processor without a floating point unit.
But later, it states
The design is an 32-bit 0.18-μm[1] little-endian MIPS/SIMD[1] alike instruction set[2] That uses pipeline technology.[1] And have 128 kiB cache. Manufactured by Chempros Limited.

Well, that's true for the Elonex ONEt indeed, it uses a SoC by Ingenic, but does the Elonex ONE, too, or is there a x86 core in it? --Mewtu (talk) 13:29, 12 June 2009 (UTC)