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The 68k (AKA 68000, MC68000, 68HC000) is a 16bit big-endian CPU designed by Motorola, found in all NeoGeo systems as the main processor. It runs at [[clock|12MHz]].
 
The 68k (AKA 68000, MC68000, 68HC000) is a 16bit big-endian CPU designed by Motorola, found in all NeoGeo systems as the main processor. It runs at [[clock|12MHz]].
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Latest revision as of 22:12, 14 September 2020

68000 CPU made by Toshiba in SDIP package, as found on AES and some MVS boards.

The 68k (AKA 68000, MC68000, 68HC000) is a 16bit big-endian CPU designed by Motorola, found in all NeoGeo systems as the main processor. It runs at 12MHz.

  • 8, 32-bit data registers and 8, 32-bit address registers
  • 7 interrupt levels
  • 56 instructions
  • 14 addressing modes

See overclocking.

Pinouts

SDIP

68000DIP.png

File:68000DIP.odg

PLCC

The PLCC version.

68000PLCC.png

File:68000PLCC.odg

Related pages

See 68k memory map, 68k interrupts, wait cycle, and programming references.

Datasheet

[Original datasheet]