The 68060 was the last 680x0-type processor from Motorola released in 1994. It is the successor to the Motorola 68040 and is the highest performing member of the 68000 series. Two derivatives were produced, the 68LC060 and the 68EC060.
Other changes to the Motorola 68040:
There is an LC (Low-Cost) version, without an FPU and EC (Embedded Controller), without MMU and FPU.
The 68EC060 is a version of the Motorola 68060 microprocessor, intended for embedded controllers (EC). It differs from the 68060 in that it has neither an FPU nor an MMU. This makes it less expensive and it draws less power.
The 68LC060 is a low cost version of the Motorola 68060 microprocessor with no FPU. This makes it less expensive and it draws less power.
|Mask||max. over clocking||Condition|
|1F43G||60 MHz||only with a good cooling|
|1G65V||66 MHz||without cooling but with passive radiator|
|2G59Y||75 MHz||only with a good cooling|
|3G59Y||75 MHz||without cooling but with passive radiator|
|1E41J||90 MHz||only with a good cooling|
|71E41J||100 MHz||only with a good cooling and hacked CSMKIII|
|71E41J||133 MHz||working on special motherboards (not exist for the Amiga)|