16-bit memory, caches, and UNIX V/386

Jon Zeeff zeeff at b-tech.ann-arbor.mi.us
Wed Aug 16 23:07:30 AEST 1989

>Could the use of 16-bit extended memory be a problem running
>Sys V/386, aside from the speed penalty (which ought to be mitigated
>by a caching motherboard)?

It should not be a problem.

Does anyone have a benchmark as to what 16 bit memory does to performance
if you have a caching motherboard?  I'm quite interested since it's the
only way I can add memory.

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