I. Barnett wrote in a message on 18 Jan 93 to All
IB> You are saying that a 386sx is outdated? Do you mean that a
IB> 32 bit processor that communicates only 16 bits at a time is
IB> too slow? Gee, didn't I just describe the Falcon030's architecture?
IB> Wake up. If you contend that the 386sx is useless, then you
IB> have to admit that the Falcon's (and Mac IIsi, Classic II,
IB> and LCII) are equally as useless.
Whoa! The IIsi has a full 32 bit bus, unlike the LC and LC II. After all,
the IIsi is a _real_ Mac. :-) The system runs at 20 MHz, and with a 68882
added to it (as I have) it runs fairly consistently at half the speed of a
YHS:QSI! (A slightly irate IIsi owner :-))