A Microprocessor or a CPU is the electronic component inside your computer that controls most of the functions your computer can do, from browsing the web, to writing a document. A computer is driven by specific sets of instructions, the CPU carries these instructions out at great speeds. A key area to look at when deciding on which microprocessor suits you is the Data Bus Width. They come in varying different levels from 8 bit up to 64bit and beyond. The bit level determines the rate at which it can process data, the higher the better. Also consider the Maximum Frequency also called Clock Speed, as this will greatly determine the functionality and speed of the processor and your ability to upgrade in the future.

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Description Price Family Name Device Core Data Bus Width Instruction Set Architecture Maximum Frequency I/O Voltage Fabrication Technology Mounting Type Package Type Pin Count Typical Operating Supply Voltage Dimensions Height Length
RS Stock No. 546-7969
Mfr. Part No.HD64F7145F50-V
SuperH - 32bit RISC 40MHz - - Surface Mount MA BGA 144 3.3 V 20 x 20 x 1.4mm 1.4mm 20mm
RS Stock No. 126-2520
Mfr. Part No.R7S910018CBG#AC0
RZ/T1 ARM Cortex R4F 32bit ARM Core Sight, Harvard 600MHz 3 → 3.6V - Surface Mount FBGA 320 3.3 V 17.2 x 17.2 x 1.85mm 1.85mm 17.2mm
RS Stock No. 124-0901
Mfr. Part No.R7S721020VCFP#AA1
RZ/A1L ARM Cortex A9 32bit RISC 400MHz - - Surface Mount LFQFP 176 3 → 3.6 V 24.1 x 24.1 x 1.55mm 1.55mm 24.1mm
RS Stock No. 546-7559
Mfr. Part No.HD6417709SF133B-V
SuperH - 32bit RISC 133MHz - - Surface Mount MA BGA 208 1.8 V, 3.3 V 28 x 28 x 1.4mm 1.4mm 28mm