The 486, Assembly Language

The 486

Introduced in the year 1989 the 80486 did not feature any radically new processor technology. Instead, it joints a 386 processor, a cache memory controller and a math coprocessor on a single chip. Because these chips were no longer separate, no longer had they to communicate through the bus-which increased the speed of the system radically.   

 

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