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HP PA identification

Well, it's not direct question, but this is what it fits the most.

I was curious if anyone can shed some light on CPU identification codes
used by HP. By elimination (and removing chips from machines), many
people, including myself did some "clearing up", but still there is
some inconsistency in "resolving" the types, so:
1FT9-xxxx: PA7100?
1FU7-xxxx: PA7100?
PA7100LC is recognizable (1FT2-xxxx)
1FQ1-xxxx: PA7150?
1FT8-xxxx: PA7200?
1FQ4-xxxx:PA7200?
PA7300LC is recognizable (1FE4-xxxx)
1FQ3-xxxx: PA8000?
1ST9-xxxx: PA8000?
1QK9-xxxx: PA8100?
No one seems to have/display PA8200
1QM1-xxxx: PA8500 (sure about it)
3AA1-xxxx: PA8600 (sure about it)
3AA2-xxxx: PA8700 (sure about it)

Can anyone fill in the blanks?
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Stan Sieler
Respected Contributor

Re: HP PA identification

Good sleuthing.

I've got some info on older PA-RISC
systems if you're interested.

Most of what I've focused on is
extracting the CPU/model from the
32-bit "serial number" reported by "uname -a".

Drop me a line at sieler@allegro.com

Stan