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    Why IBM chose the 8088.

    May also be interesed in this OS/2 Museum article.
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    There's huge potential for this 'unbrickable' open source BIOS now it's running on modern Intel PCs

    If there is still people interesed, I posted some benchmarks here: https://github.com/Dasharo/dasharo-issues/issues/173 I will need to find a better way to post those screenshots and log reports because it is just some assorted data dump (There are 2 comments for 2 benchmark rounds), so here is...
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    There's huge potential for this 'unbrickable' open source BIOS now it's running on modern Intel PCs

    Phoronix finally reviewed the port. I have been waiting for this moment for the last month, heh. Do note that performance across the board is lower, but there is a good excuse for that (See below). I'm currently testing with a 12600K with no dGPU. It can install Windows 11 with no issues...
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    There's huge potential for this 'unbrickable' open source BIOS now it's running on modern Intel PCs

    Phoronix is going to get a Motherboard to test the 0.3 release next week. The binary is public (So did the 0.1 and 0.2, but these didn't received attention) and pretty much anyone could suicide test it right now if someone desires to do so, but there are still many things that can go wrong so...
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    There's huge potential for this 'unbrickable' open source BIOS now it's running on modern Intel PCs

    Wasn't there someone that asked... It was on a post after my second one and before Agraffe, I even saved a link to the post because I intended to reply at it later. Seems like whoever it was deleted that post. Oh well... There was some internal chat about that claim, since it doesn't specify...
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    There's huge potential for this 'unbrickable' open source BIOS now it's running on modern Intel PCs

    Alder Lake main 16x PCIe Port can be bifurcated to 8x/8x only (Not counting the new 4 extra lanes). Previous generations could do 8x/4x/4x, so this is a step backwards. I'm expecting than in-slot bifurcation support will be picked at some point, making 8x/8x risers usable. I'm aware than there...
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    There's huge potential for this 'unbrickable' open source BIOS now it's running on modern Intel PCs

    I registered just to say that I wrote THIS for people like you, that wants to know how Coreboot can be useful for Hardware enthusiasts and other type of power users. If your Firmware ever missed a critical option for your use case and you had to do BIOS modding because the Motherboard vendor...
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