Re: AM2, X2, Opteron, or Opteron Socket F?
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On Mon, 2006-08-21 at 10:39 -0400, Bryan J. Smith wrote: > > > yes there is. But all other high speed IO (I don't count floppy's or USB > > as such) is also 64 bit capable, at least if it's made in the last > > decade or so. > > But most people expect to be able to use all sorts of 32-bit devices > without knowing it. and they work even without IOMMU. Just that there is an extra memcpy involved on the kernel side. Which at not-highspeed rates is absolutely no big deal. Of course for anything high speed you don't want that, but those are as I said before 64 bit capable. -- amd64-list mailing list amd64-list@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/amd64-list
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