Toni Mueller wrote: ...from http://www.openbsd.org/i386.html : "Everything that is a clone of the 486 or up should work fine." The issue is almost never the CPU itself, the issue is the surrounding support chips and firmware. There is much more to a computer than its processor. Asking "Does OpenBSD support my new processor" is usually missing the point. Ask if it supports your new COMPUTER. Better yet, get yourself one of those "credit-card" CDR blanks, drop cd42.iso on it, and carry it with you and find out, or on modern computers (duh, which we are talking about, right?), grab a USB flash drive, and put a test install on that, and you can boot the entire OS, test X, NIC, whatever, and grab a dmesg, drop it on "disk" and analyze it later. Nick.