kernel designations terminology confusion -- amd64
used for into quad core
erich at apsara.com.sg
Thu Aug 6 09:18:36 UTC 2009
On 06 August 2009 pm 16:40:41 Mark Stapper wrote:
> Erich Dollansky wrote:
> > IA 64? Wans't this once - or still is - the term used for the
> > Itanium?
> The one that didn't stick... indeed.
do they really sell machines with this CPU in numbers?
I have not seen one in the wild.
> > Yes, also Intel can fail. Intel also failed with their first
> > 32 bit design. Wasn't iAPX-32 ist name? Long before the 80386
> > came up?
> As I was an embryo when the 80386 was first produced, I
> searched for this one...
> Possibally the same thing though:
Oh, yes, the 4 was missing.
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