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HX question about link.exe (DOSX)

posted by marcov(R), 30.07.2008, 12:53

> > Did you ever have one of those? I didn't, but I think the Atari Falcon
> > used one (which IIRC was at one time development platform for their
> Jaguar
> > console).
> Tha last Amigas, the 3000 and 4000, and Steve Jobs's NeXT used the 68040.
> Excellent chip, performance about equal to the i80486

In my experience better. Also the last generations of 68k Macs used 68040. And this were more than a few.

Amigas went on to also utilize later 68k cpu's, though mostly via 3rd party plugin boards/replacementboards. One of the FPC devels has a 68060.

Similar "upgrade" boards for the 68k macs contained PPC 601s mostly.

Afaik a common source of confusion is that 68040's are labelled according to their base speed, and not "base speed x multiplier" as Intel (DX2-66 = 2x 33 vs a 68040-33). Maybe because afaik the 68k wasn't entirely x2.


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