On 26 Jun, Silvershadow <silvershadow(a)datacomm.ch> wrote:
In message <6c6a52084c.philip(a)philipnet.com>
Philip Ludlam <philip(a)philipnet.com> wrote:
> >imho most 26bit machines have much more as 4 megs nowadays :
> That's an interesting definition of 'much more'.
Sorry, meant 64megs
The max amount of memory a 26bit only Acorn machine can handle is 16 Mbytes
(4 memory controllers handling 4Mbyte each)
I wonder how many A540 (or R260) with 16 Mbytes are still in use today.
Probably a very small minority... (I have an A540, but I haven't used
it for several months).
so, if i understood right, SA=32bit, even running ro4.x?
Every arm processor from the ARM610 to the SA is 26/32 bit. Xscale
and THUMB are 32 bit only.
Stefaan Claes, Hove, Antwerpen, Belgium, Europe, <sclaes(a)aaug.net>