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DRAC is a research project with the aim to produce RISC-V processors and different accelerators trying to achieve the maximum possible performance while minimizing power consumption. To accomplish that, a correct selection of the technological process where the processors will be fabricated is mandatory, as it affects performance, power consumption and fabrication costs. In the DRAC project several technologies have been studied, but the selected one is the 22 nm FDSOI (22FDX) technological process from Globalfoundries (GF), as it allows us to target clock frequencies above 1GHz, it gives us different options to reduce power consumption and the fabrication costs are relatively low.

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