Years later we get RISC-V
Also, note that just about every modern computer architecture other than x86 calls itself RISC. x86 is the only one left that advertises itself as CISC.
POWER, SPARC, ARM, ARC, and MIPS are all RISC.
In fact there hasn't been a new serious CISC design in decades. RISC more or less won, or did it?
They keep adding more and more new register/instruction sets to the point where can you really call ARM RISC still?
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