cache line size (was Help booting MBX through bootd)
root at videotron.ca
Tue Jun 15 10:00:16 EST 1999
On Mon, 14 Jun 1999, Magnus Damm wrote:
> budget core: 850/823 - 8/8 TLBs, 2/1 Kbyte cache.
> standard core: 860/821 - 32/32 TLBs, 4/4 Kbyte cache.
> deluxe core: 860P - 32/32 TLBs, 16/8 Kbyte cache
> All seem to have 4 words a 32 bits in each cache line.
> What about the other cpus; 60x, 750/740?
> And the other embedded ones; 8240/8260?
> 8 words a 32 bits in each cache line?
the 82x0 are based on the 603 and therefore have 32 bytes cache
BTW, there is a 603 variant that do not have floating
point capability, so the discussion about FP support will
also apply to it (and to the 8260, the 8240 has FP
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