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Detecting 3DNOW!

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I have a K6-2/300 CPU, however, the outer CPU casing does not thave the 3DNOW! logo written on it, nor is there any indication in windows98 or direct6 info about 3dnow. I am wondering if there is a program which will tell me whether or not 3DNOW! is actually present.
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If it is a K6-2, 3d-now IS present. A K6-2 is nothing but a K6 with the added 3d-now instructions.
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