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Welcome to the website for the 32-bit homebrew RISC minicomputer, which is a project to construct a working RISC computer out of nothing but 74-series logic and memory IC's. This site will track progress of the project and show technical details.

Goals

The short term (few months) goals for this project are:

The long term goals ( about a year or longer ) are:

Background

I am a student of Physics and Astronomy at Leiden University (the Netherlands), and I started this project after having done a RISC core in VHDL for my high school final assignment.
The VHDL core worked and was very educative to design but left me without any physical representation of my work, as such I have now started to build a real computer from scratch.
Because I also have to work on my University courses, there may be some weeks between updates of this website.