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Old 28th October 2008
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Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
This page shows all the different copy functions configured when I586_CPU is enabled. There are no entries for I686_CPU in there, which tells me that all the optimisations are enabled for I585_CPU and not for I686_CPU. Haven't looked through any of the other pages in that list just yet.
I think it just means i586 and newer CPUS?, not i586 only, cause every new CPU fully supports older CPU's (backwards compatible), that is.... you need at least i585 to be able to execute (assemble) that parts of code

didn't dig in it much

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