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my project is designing a 32-bit pipelined mips processor. I've already designed the single-cycle part now I have to pipeline it. Does anybody know a good website I can chack ...
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    can some one help me with my school project


    my project is designing a 32-bit pipelined mips processor. I've already designed the single-cycle part now I have to pipeline it. Does anybody know a good website I can chack on how to do this. I understand the concept I just don't know how t implement the verilog code.

    Thanx for any help

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    try a the intel or amd site, they have some nice general white pages, and what is your course, Advance electrical stuff?

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    my course in computer archetecture. Basically I learn how chips are designed and the different techniques used in modern processors. Im just having a problem taking my single cycle processor and turning it into a pipelined processor.
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    does this have to be done on paper or do you get to spent 6 billion to make a processor plant

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    no its done in verilog and all the testing is done in verilog. So No 6 billion will not be spent
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    \"God put me on this earth to accomplish a certain amount of tasks, At the rate I\'m going I will never die.\" (I don\'t know)

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