Intel cache line lengths

Just found this…

> We would have to extend our notion of “CPU architecture” for that to
> make sense. For example, Pentium Pro / II CPUs had cache line size of
> 32 bytes, Intel Netburst CPUs (all Pentium-4 and Xeons of the time)
> have / had 128 bytes, while Pentium-III, Pentium-M and later Core CPUs
> have 64 bytes. They are all I686_CPU in our view.

Buuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuugger.

I assumed 32 bit Intel was 32 byte cache line, 64 bit Intel was 64 byte cache line.

See? getting that Minnowboard has already uncovered something critical.