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=== R16000A ===
 
=== R16000A ===
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The R16000 refers to R16000 microprocessors with clock rates higher than 700 MHz. The first R16000A was a 800 MHz version, introduced on 4 February 2004. Later, a 900 MHz version was introduced, and this version was for some time, the fastest publicly known R16000A—SGI later revealed there were 1.0 GHz R16000s shipped to selected customers. R16000 users included HP and SGI. SGI used the microprocessor in their [[SGI Fuel|Fuel]] and [[SGI Tezro|Tezro]] workstations; and the [[Origin 3000]] servers and supercomputers. HP used the R16000A in their NonStop Himalaya S-Series fault-tolerant servers inherited from Compaq via Tandem.
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The R16000 refers to R16000 microprocessors with clock rates higher than 700 MHz. The first R16000A was a 800 MHz version, introduced on 4 February 2004. Later, a 900 MHz version was introduced, and this version was for some time, the fastest publicly known R16000A—SGI later revealed there were 1.0 GHz R16000s shipped to selected customers. R16000 users included HP and SGI. SGI used the microprocessor in their [[SGI Fuel|Fuel]] and [[SGI Tezro|Tezro]] workstations; and the [[SGI Origin 3000]] servers and supercomputers. HP used the R16000A in their NonStop Himalaya S-Series fault-tolerant servers inherited from Compaq via Tandem.
    
=== R18000 ===
 
=== R18000 ===

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