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Old 12-19-2004, 10:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Look @ the L2 cache!

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Lol major, Does your processror have a level-2 cache ??
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?? Never seen that before...

You owe your processor some cache major
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Not sure if it has.. might put it back to 200MHz tomorrow and compare
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LOL that is fricken hilarious! I work with slow computers like that everyday but how old this stuff is never ceases to amaze me .
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HAHA! WOW! That's pretty amazing...IN THE NEGATIVES

EDIT: OH S**T! I forgot that my brother registered for TF today and I forgot to log him out. HAHA! This is OIDanTheManIO by the way

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what settings are there in your BIOS?
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Disable internal cache, disable external cache
external is disabled cause I had trouble booting.

What's the difference? any1 of them means Lx ?
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BTW, I OC my comp by changing some jumpers on my mobo
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Looks like the "OC jumpers" change both FSB and multi.

Anywayz, still -1KB cache:

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