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The ARM Cortex-A53 is a microarchitecture implementing the ARMv8-A 64-bit instruction set designed by ARM Holdings. The Cortex-A53 is a superscalar processor, capable of dual-issuing some instructions. It is available as SIP core to licensees, and is marketed by ARM as either a stand-alone, more energy-efficient alternative to the more powerful Cortex-A57 microarchitecture, or to be used alongside a more powerful microarchitecture in a big.LITTLE configuration.
The ARM Cortex-A53 processor has been used in the Raspberry Pi 3 since February 2016.
The processor is used in the ODROID-C2 and in Roku streaming media players (in the high-end models from 2016 and in all 2017 models). Another notable Cortex-A53 application is the Pine A64/A64+ single-board computer.
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- ^ Lal Shimpi, Anand (24 February 2014). "Snapdragon 610 & 615: Qualcomm Continues down its 64-bit warpath with 4/8-core Cortex A53 designs". Anandtech. Retrieved 9 March 2017.
- ^ "Snapdragon 660 Processor". Qualcomm.
- ^ "en:c2_hardware [Odroid Wiki]". odroid.com. Retrieved 2017-03-26.
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