First post, by computergeek92
If the AMD 586-133 is as fast in integer speed as a Intel Pentium 75, wouldn't there be speed issues in some DOS games? I once ran Quest for Glory IV on a Pentium 75 and it would crash with an error message at one of the screens when escaping the bone cave in the first level. Wouldn't the AMD 586 give the same issue? Were the slower 486's like the DX2 66 better in general for game speed compatibility? I don't know a whole lot about the faster 486 cpus cause i've never used them in games, so please don't delete this post.
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