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Maximum memory addressing capacity of 8086?
You cannot address 1GB memory with the 8085 or the 8086/8088 without some kind of external demultiplexor that is software controlled. The address bus on the 8085 is 16 bits, g…iving addressibility of 64KB; while the address bus on the 8086/8088 is 20 bits, giving addressibility of 1MB. To address 1GB, you need a 30 bit address bus.
That actually depends on your motherboard and your operating system. For instance, Windows XP on a 32 bit system can use a maximum of 4 gigabytes if the motherboard supports i…t. 64 Bit Windows 7 can operate with a max of 8 gb for Home Basic or up to 192 Gb for Ultimate. The amount of ram for older systems is far less than the max for XP.
The 8086/8088 has 20 address lines. It can access 220, or 1MB, or 1,048,576 bytes of memory.
since 8086 has 20-bit address line therefore 2^20=1048576 bytes=1048 KB=1MB Hence Addressing up to 1MB memory vivek Lunkar
Two types of memory organization are used: Linear addressing where the entire memory is available to the processor at all the times ( Motorola 68000 family). Segmented addres…sing where the memory space is divided into several segments and the processor is limited to access program instructions and data in specific segments.
Assuming your memory card slot(s) permit, 2 to the power of 32 = 4294967296 which is apprx 4 GB
2 ki power 64 memory addressing capacity hogi
The 8086/8088 does not have 1 MB memory, rather, it can address 1MB memory. The processor has a 20 bit address bus. With that, it can select among 220 distinct addresses,… or 1,048,576 addresses. That is 1 MB of memory.
Having had a good look on eBay - the maximum size appears to be 32GB.
Not possible to answer the question. You need to provide more details. To be precise, the maximum addressable memory is limited by the memory controller, not the CPU, and ca…n be further limited by the operating system.
for a 32-bit processor with 8-bit opcode: 2^(32-8) bits == 2^24 bits = about 16.8 MB
It depends on the processor and the operating system. In the 8086/8088, with a 20 bit address bus, you can address 1,048,576 bytes of memory.In the 8085, with a 16 bit addres…s bus, you can address 65,536 bytes of memory.In the IA-32 architecture (80386 and higher in 32 bit mode), you can address 4,294,967,296 bytes of memory (physical) minus about 805,306,368 bytes of memory for overhead (operating system).In the IA-64 architecture (80686 running in 64 bit mode on 64 bit Windows) you can address 206,158,430,208 bytes of memory.
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Yoiur Local Library is about the only place still with this information.
8086 does not have RAM or ROM inside it. However, it has internal registers for storing intermediate and final results.
The Pentium was technically capable of addressing up to 4 GB of RAM. Most chipsets for it only supported up to 256 MB, however.