Subject: Re: CVS commit: src
To: Matt Thomas <email@example.com>
From: John Nemeth <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/09/1999 02:59:43
On Jan 8, 7:30pm, Matt Thomas wrote:
} At 02:17 AM 1/8/99 , John Nemeth wrote:
} >On Jan 8, 2:00am, Manuel BOUYER wrote:
} >} Module Name: src
} >} Committed By: bouyer
} >} Date: Fri Jan 8 10:00:06 UTC 1999
} >} Modified Files:
} >} src/share/man/man4: pciide.4
} >} Log Message:
} >} PCI busses run at 30 or 33 Mhz, not 60 or 66. Noticed by Soren S. Jorvan.
} > PCI busses can run at speeds up to 100Mhz.
} Not true. PCI officially maxes at 33Mhz (unless you are using 66Mhz PCI but
} that's unlikely). Another common frequency is 25 Mhz (P75s ran at that).
You're right, I goofed. I was thinking of the CPU/RAM bus speed
of newer x86 boxes.
}-- End of excerpt from Matt Thomas