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Show more related videos yekendea pandey 2 years agowow this is the real lectureRayane Djeha 3 years agoYou said that the Athlon 64 had a 64bit register , doesn't that mean that this CPU could access 2^64 of RAM ?Matthew Suffidy 3 years agoI was looking around for something describing how the 386 had 32 bit capability when Linux could use it and not windows. I assume it was just done prospectively and microsoft was behind on it. I think it is important to mention how starting with 32 bit, the preemptive capability existing, and the ability to access address in a straight, non memory segmented manner are the biggest differences.mohamad saif 3 years agothaaaaanks keep it upa j 3 years agoGood stuff but I prefer to have the simple picture in my head that 64 bit means registers of 64 bit so that you can access 2^64 different pieces of memory. That is still explainable to the sales person that sells the software in my company.Tamas Szabo 3 years agothanks for taking the time to do thishans muster 4 years agoHint: With a x86-64 we can use the 64 bit mode, the 32 bit mode and the 16 bit mode. With a 80386+ we can use the 32 bit mode and the 16 bit mode.Using a 80386+ within the 16 bit mode we can use the 16 bit instruction set and the 32 bit instruction set together with address size and operand size prefixes for to address 4 GB within the 16 bit mode. The only one difference between the 16 bit mode and the 32 bit mode on a 80386+ is the default address and operand size and the usage of the address size and operand size prefixes.Starting with the Pentium MMX (32 bit CPU) we can additional use the MMX instruction set with eight 64 bit MMX register within the 32 bit mode and also within the 16 bit mode using MMX instruction prefixe.Using a x86-64 within the 32 bit mode we can use the 32 bit instruction set and the 16 bit instruction set, but we can´t use the 64 bit instruction set within the 32 bit mode or within the 16 bit mode. So the difference between the 64 bit mode and the 32 bitJoseph Glenn 4 years agoThank you very much.Juan Medina 4 years agogreat tutorial ! i love it... thanks for share this video!Dennisovich 4 years agoThank you. It really helped.Albin Håkansson 4 years agonice video, but isn't it the register bit size that determines how much memory can be accessed? Rather than the instruction set bit size?Peanut Von Nut 4 years agoI got 8 gb ram and can only use half so if i upgrade the cpu i can use it?Israel Karity 4 years agoit would be good if you explained about ls\st so it will be clear why and how longer commands realate to bigger RAMMino Marazzini 4 years agoSo clear and well explained ;)!mad cobra 4 years agocant we merge 2 2 bit registers to access a 4 bit memory? I remember merging 2 8 bit registers to access 16 b it memory in microprocessors course.Siwen Zhang 4 years agoClear, Instructive, Great!Chem Oudom 4 years agothank for good videoJoe Gandhi 5 years agoThat was a great explanation, thank you!Rohit Sharma 5 years agogood oneSudo 5 years agoAwesome tutorial!Nate 5 years agoThis was the clearest explanation I have found on Youtube. Thank you.Danley Nemorin 5 years agoGreat videoKatarina Cvejin 5 years agoThank you.Mostafa Najmi 5 years agoThank you for this useful videoBhaskara Kummithi 5 years agoVery nice, thank you sir.Ivo Tantamango 5 years agoThank youITK RGB2 5 years agothanks for the explanation u deserve a sub and one liketivrfoa 5 years ago8 bits = 1 byte. why 2^20 = 1 MByte and not 1Mbit?Niamatullah Bakhshi 5 years agoA special thanks from you sir!I really have learnt a lot from this and all your videos .. Keep it Up ... :)Neha Sharma 6 years agoGood video.Michael Knox 6 years agoI cannot understand why no comments have been written because this is brilliant. The basics are properly explained for you to master and use for further study. A definite thumbs up from me..marian 6 years agoyou are great man! please keep up the good work on some low-level aspects of enginnering! it's great!austinium2002 6 years agonow..this is some real lectureMyAAEProjects 6 years agoAwesome video sir!nusud 6 years agoreally great explanation! thank you!shah zain 6 years agou look like charlie sheen :Dsydneyxider 6 years agothanks..omkar ramtekkar 7 years agoReally awesome.Please add more tutorials like this.JoeyUpfront 7 years agoGreat video, thanks for the help :)MrSaemichlaus 7 years agoYou look like the guy in "les incroyables" :)Awesome tutorial!