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RISC-V is a novel processor instruction set architecture (ISA) developed at UC Berkely. Originally designed for teaching purposes, the ISA has been released as an open-source, license-free template that is used for now millions or even billions of applications. However, as an average PC user, how could you use a RISC-V processor? Well, according to this week’s announcement coming from StarFive (as reported on Lilliputing), you could be looking at a RISC-V-powered PC rather soon.

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