The motherboard is an ASUS PCI/I-P54TP4 equipped with 256K
of pipelined burst SRAM. The different SRAM is the reason
for the increase in memory bandwidth over previous PC motherboards.
It is getting pretty common in the last few months. I am building
up another system with 512K pipelined burst SRAM, and will forward
you the results if they are interesting.
The compiler is gcc-i2.6.3, which is gcc-2.6.3 with Intel's pentium
mods for 2.4.0 folded in by hand.
|Date: Wed, 4 Oct 95 06:34:35 -0400
|From: firstname.lastname@example.org (John D. McCalpin)
|To: "Russell L. Carter" <email@example.com>
|Subject: Re: New 133 MHz results for Pentium
|Who manufactured/sold the motherboard?
|Which compiler did you use?
|John D. McCalpin firstname.lastname@example.org
|Assistant Professor http://perelandra.cms.udel.edu/~mccalpin
|University of Delaware
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