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=== R16000 ===
 
=== R16000 ===
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The R16000, code-named "N0", was the last derivative of the R10000. It was developed by SGI and fabricated by NEC in their 0.11&nbsp;&micro;m process with eight levels of copper interconnect. The microprocessor was introduced on 9 January 2003, debuting at 700&nbsp;MHz for the [[SGI Fuel|Fuel]].<ref>Silicon Graphics, Inc., ''SGI Boosts Price/Performance on Silicon Graphics Fuel Visual Workstation Family up to 25%''.</ref> In April 2003, a 600&nbsp;MHz version was introduced for the [[SGI Origin 350|Origin 350]]. Improvements were 64&nbsp;KB instruction and data caches.
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The R16000, code-named "N0", was the last derivative of the R10000. It was developed by SGI and fabricated by NEC in their 0.11&nbsp;&micro;m process with eight levels of copper interconnect. The microprocessor was introduced on 9 January 2003, debuting at 700&nbsp;MHz for the [[SGI Fuel|Fuel]]. In April 2003, a 600&nbsp;MHz version was introduced for the [[SGI Origin 350|Origin 350]]. Improvements were 64&nbsp;KB instruction and data caches.
    
=== R16000A ===
 
=== R16000A ===

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