First post, by WJG6260
Recently, I purchased an ALD PCI5433. It's an obscure board, from a Chinese manufacturer, but it's notable for being the only known 486 with pipeline burst L2. I haven't gotten it yet, but plan on testing it and providing some numbers here.
I reached out to ALD and emailed them to ask about a copy of the manual. They sent me 4 BMP images, which I've since converted into a PDF and attached here.
For those of you with ALD boards, you might be able to get some info from them if it's not out there otherwise. They seem to still have some useful stuff!
For those who have the board, this might be of help.
Hopefully we can get a page going for it too on TheRetroWeb.
If anyone has any information on this thing, it might be interesting to hear. It seems to be a strange, late abomination. ALD boards are known for fake cache, so not much can be expected, but there's definitely promise in this board, at least on paper.