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Re: Still can't get InstantTrack to work without a co-processor



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On Mon, 28 Sep 1998 12:11:00 -0400, Jeffrey S Austin wrote:

>No, if you look at any x86 chip you'll see either a SXor DX. All SX
>chips are without the math co-processor but generally have a socket on
>the motherboard for that chip.


This rule ONLY applies to Intel 486 chips.  With 386 chips, the SX or
DX refers to 16-bit or 32-bit data bus.  Non-Intel "486" chips
(excepting AMD) are generally souped-up 386's.


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