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The 432 challenged the limits of the technology available at the time; it was so complex that 3 chips (4 in the final release) were required to contain all the hardware.
The iAPX 432 was approximately 1/4 the speed of the 80286 for most applications; it was slower than most of the processors that were available at the time of its release by at least 10% (I, 166).
The reason the 432 was so slow was that it verified many memory accesses (causing a memory read), its instructions were not aligned and took a while to decode, it did not have a large enough cache, it did not have enough registers, and it had extra chips which had to communicate.
The number 432 is considered sacred in a majority of the major temple complexes of this planet.
That itself is remarkable, since 432 hz touches the full twelve scale octaval overtones of all music in creation, whereas Bach's 440 hz only touches 8, leaving out an entire section of the complete musical resonance of the universe, which thus remains untouched and unintegrated within the 440 hz music of today.
This is a precise 432 decimal harmonic (100 x 432), and is also a mirror cascade image pathway for 8 hz, as 5,400 x 8 hz.
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