nick at byu.edu
Tue Jan 23 23:56:28 PST 2001
On Wednesday 24 January 2001 12:28 am, you wrote:
> Nicholas Leippe wrote:
> > If I'm not mistaken, a k6 will run i686 code. K5 is i586.
> Isn't a K5 a 486 clone? A K6 is definitly a i586 clone.
Actually, the k5 was AMD's 5th generation solution and is
pin-compatible with the pentium--i586.
The k6 was AMD's first 6th generation cpu, incorporating
ppro/pII architecture and is i686. However, gcc has the
-march=k6 option which will schedule the code better for
k6 family of cpus rather than for intels--even though
they are binary compatible with pII. (I assume you understand
how this is possible.)
(oh, and I double checked on their web site to make sure)
Nobody will ever need more than 640 kB RAM.
-- Bill Gates, 1983
Windows 98 requires 16 MB RAM.
-- Bill Gates, 1999
Nobody will ever need Windows 98.
-- logical conclusion
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