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  • Alejandro López-Valencia
    ... Considering the bus speed, I d think you have an earlier Pentium 4? Cheers Alejo -- Alejandro López-Valencia Lo que
    Message 1 of 8 , Jan 18, 2005
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      On 18/01/2005 12:26 p.m., Suresh Govindachar wrote:
      > Alejandro López-Valencia wrote on 09 Jan 2005 19:25:14 -0500:
      >
      >
      >> On 09/01/2005 05:50 p.m., Suresh Govindachar wrote:
      >>
      >>>Hello,
      >>>
      >>>I would like to build gvim and vim optimized for speed
      >>>on the following systems:
      >>
      >>Asuming vim 6.3.x...
      >>
      >>
      >>>1) Pentium II with MMX, 400 MHz, 256 M, Windows 98
      >>
      >>make -f Make_ming.mak ARCH=pentium2 CPUNR=pentium2 CC="gcc -msse -mfpmath=sse -mmmx" OPTIMIZE=MAXSPEED
      >>
      >>
      >>>2) Pentium M, 1.6 GHz, 600 MHz bus, 512 M, Windows XP-Pro
      >>
      >>make -f Make_ming.mak ARCH=pentium3 CPUNR=pentium3 CC="gcc -msse -mfpmath=sse -mmmx" OPTIMIZE=MAXSPEED
      >>
      >>I'm not familiar with the "M" denomination but that would
      >>be a pentium III for portable computing, I guess?
      >>
      >
      > [snip]
      >
      > Thanks. I have now found a little bit more info on the "M"
      > designation. According to:
      > http://support.intel.com/design/mobile/documentation.htm
      > the "M" can refer to at least four different processors:
      >
      > 1) Intel® Celeron® M Processor
      > 2) Mobile Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor - M
      > 3) Mobile Intel® Pentium® III Processor - M
      > 4) Intel® Pentium® M Processor
      >
      > Mine is the fourth. How would this be specified to gcc?
      >
      > (It will take me some more time to confirm it, but I suspect
      > the processor I have is Intel sSpec# SL6FA, cpu speed of 1.6
      > GHz, bus speed of 400 MHz, 0.13 micron technology, Stepping
      > B1, 1 MB cache, in a PPGA FC-PGA2 (micro flip chip pin grid
      > alignment) package. It is also described as "Pentium M
      > Family 6 Model 9 Stepping 5 processor".)

      Considering the bus speed, I'd think you have an earlier Pentium 4?

      Cheers

      Alejo
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      Alejandro López-Valencia <http://dradul.tripod.com/>

      Lo que Natura non da, Salamanca non presta.
      Francisco Quevedo y Villegas
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