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I was reading the "Desktop 4th Generation Intel® Core™Processor Family" Datasheet at https://www-ssl.intel.com/content/dam/www/public/us/en/documents/datasheets/4th-gen-core-family-desktop-vol-2-datasheet.pdf
...and it shows the Local (CPU) APIC address to be at FEC80000h -
But then underneath it says the following -
"Memory requests to this range would then be forwarded to the PCI Express* port. This mode is intended for the entry Workstation/Server SKU of the PCH, and would be disabled in typical Desktop systems. When disabled, any access within the entire APIC Configuration space (FEC0_0000h to FECF_FFFFh) is forwarded to DMI."
This contradicts what the image shows and suggested that FEC0_0000h to FECF_FFFFh will go to the DMI to the I/O Apic.
I have checked the MADT tables and it shows the local CPU address to be FEE0_0000, which it is on most systems. This then clashes with what is shown to be MSI interrupts.
2 questions then really,
Do both the local CPU APIC and MSI interrupts use FEE0_0000h?
What is this range between FEC8_0000h - FECF_FFFF for?
My CPU is the Core i5 4570 on the Z87 chipset.
Any help would be appreciated.