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What is the maximum directly addressable memory capacity of 32 bit microprocessor?
Assuming your memory card slot(s) permit, 2 to the power of 32 = 4294967296
which is apprx 4 GB
which is apprx 4 GB
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A microprocessor that uses 24 bit addressing, such as the Intel 80286, can address 224 or 16,777,216 memory locations. The IBM MainFrame, 360/44 or any modern version running …in AMODE=24 also has the same capacity.
A computer with a 12 bit address bus can directly address 2^12 locations, or 4096 locations.
What is the What is the maximum memory address space that the processor can access directly if it is connected to a 8 bit memory considering a hypothetical microprocessor generating a 8 bit address?
microprocessor can access 2^8 points which is 256 then we have 8 bit memory = 1 bytes then 1*256 =256 bytes
The length of commands a microprocessor can address per clock cycle is in part measured by the bit-rate and the operations per cycle. In your case, the bit rate, the literal s…tring length of commands is addressed: Falling back on my Bus width answer, the elemental difference between a 16-bit and 32-bit processor is pretty easy when drawn out for you. I'll use the band name "ABBA" for an example. A 16-bit processor would run the string "ABBA" like this: Receive command Instruction #1 ; (This is "A" "B" in binary) Instruction #2 ; (This is "B" "A" in binary) Output A 32-bit processor does lit like this: Receive commandInstruction #1 ;;; ("ABBA" in Binary) OutputA lot more goes into the actual process than this, and a 32-bit processor isn't necessarily twice as fast at the same clock speed as a 16-bit processor. In fact, real world differences are quite small, due to some under-the-hood architectural differences between 16, 32, and 64 bit processors. Just keep in mind a lower-bit processor isn't compatible with a higher-bit program, but most higher-bit processors ARE compatible with lower-bit programs.
If the microprocessor bus has a 32-bit local address bus and a 16-bit local data bus what is the impact on the system speed?
•If the local address bus is 32 bits, the whole address can be transferred at once and decoded in memory. However, because the data bus is only 16 bits, it will require 2 cy…cles to fetch a 32-bit instruction or operand.
32 bit address bus can access more than 4 gigabytes (232) of memory. Sandeep Kr. Singh (MCA)
The 8086/8088 can address a maximum of 220, or 1,048,576, or 1 MB of memory.
32 bit address line can access 4GB of memory. As 2^10 -> 1KB; 2^20 -> 2MB; 2^30 -> 1GB and so on.... 32 bit gives (2^30) * (2^2) = 1GB * 4 = 4GB;
In computer architecture, 32-bit integers, memory addresses, or other data units are those that are at most 32 bits (4 octets) wide. Also, 32-bit CPU and ALU architecturesare …those that are based on registers, address buses, or data buses of that size. 32-bitis also a term given to a generation of computers in which 32-bit processors were the norm. The range of integer values that can be stored in 32 bits is 0 through 4,294,967,295 or −2,147,483,648 through 2,147,483,647 using two's complement encoding. Hence, a processor with 32-bit memory addresses can directly access 4 GB of byte-addressablememory. The external address and data buses are often wider than 32 bits but both of these are stored and manipulated internally in the processor as 32-bit quantities. For example, the Pentium Pro processor is a 32-bit machine, but the external address bus is 36 bits wide, and the external data bus is 64 bits wide. 32-bit - Computers or software programs capable of transferring data 32-bits at a time. Examples of 32-bit operating systems are OS/2 and Windows NT. The first true 32-bit processor was the Intel 80386. 32-bit can also refer to the amount of colours a video card is displaying. 32-bit is the same as 16.7 million colours (24 bit colour with a 8-bit alpha channel).
232 = 4,294,967,296, or 4 G
0x00000000 to 0xFFFFFFFF in hexadecimal 0 to 4294967295 in binary
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A microprocessor has a data bus with 64 lines 32 lines address bus.what will be the Maximum number of bits stored in memory?
2^32 is amount of blocks that address bus could locate. and each blocks is 64bit because data bus has 64 lines. then maximum number of bits stored in memory is (2^32)*64… bit. By: Mohammad Saghafi Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
256 TB though strictly the limit is imposed by using 32 bits to address the clusters not the actual 32-bit processor
The word size of a computer is generally determined by the size of its accumulator. The 8085 was 8 bits. The 8086/8088 was 16 bits. Later incarnations of the Intel x-86 line w…ere 32 bits. Current incarnations of the Intel X-64 line are 64 bits.