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Posted on 25-02-10 03:07
Whats the difference between .386, .486, and .586?


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Posted on 25-02-10 03:21
While I'm not sure if this will answer your question, those are different CPU architectures (Intel 80386 aka i386, Intel 80486 aka i486, pentium 5 aka i586). The line .386, .486, etc declares your instruction set. All of these are x86 architectures, and most are backwards compatible.

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