I suppose (sh:~# cat /proc/cpuinfo) is an "industry standard" for processor info, but the RaQ/Qube appliances weren't really modular so to speak, so it's going to be one of .... maybe four or five processors that Sun used at the time...am I right Zef?
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2 mips processors, the amd k6 350Mghz (RaQ3) and 450Mghz RaQ4 and the Qube3 (without looking) I think was a 450Mghz AMD K6 and the 550 offered a couple of choies of intel PIII 800Mgz or 1Ghz processors...
oh and the XTR has a single PIII 1Ghz. it's unknown still if the second cpu socket ever worked... (feeling of the Builders)