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Q. 11) Which are the architectural paradigms in microprocessor:

(A) RISC
(B) CISC
(C) PISC
(D) A and B
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Q. 12) Which is not the main architectural feature of Power PC

(A) It is not based on RISC
(B) Superscalar implementation
(C) Both 32 & 64 Bit
(D) Paged Memory management architecture
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Q. 13) Which is not the main feature of DEC Alpha

(A) 64 Bit RISC processor
(B) Designed to replace 32 VAX(CISC)
(C) Seven stage split integer/floating point pipeline
(D) Variable Instruction length
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Q. 14) Which is not the open-source OS

(A) Debian
(B) BSD Unix
(C) Gentoo & Red Hat Linux
(D) Windows
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Q. 15) __________ a subsystem that transfer data between computer components inside a computer or between computer

(A) Chip
(B) Register
(C) Processor
(D) Bus
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Q. 16) ________ causes the address of the next microprocessor to be obtained from the memory

(A) CRJA
(B) ROM
(C) MAP
(D) HLT
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Q. 17) ________ is the condition

(A) CD
(B) IR
(C) Both a and b
(D) None of these
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Q. 18) _________ is the most commonly used cache controller with a number of processor sets

(A) L211 controller
(B) L210 controller
(C) L214 controller
(D) None of these
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Q. 19) ________ is the most important segment and it contains the actual assembly language instruction to be executed by the microprocessor

(A) Data segment
(B) Code segment
(C) Stack segment
(D) Extra segment
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Q. 20) ________ is usually the first level of memory access by the microprocessor

(A) Cache memory
(B) Data memory
(C) Main memory
(D) All of these
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