2nd level cache

Posted on 2000-01-20
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Where and how I can set 2nd Level Cache(main board supports 512 Kb L2 cache)and DMA for faster execution.Computer is P166Mmx.
Thank you.
Question by:nrucnov
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You can't. the 2nd level cache is hardware on your motherboard. And i havent seen a board with upgradable L2 in years (it was back in the early pentium age they stopped doing that)

So, you are stuck with what you got.

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.if the question was "where in windows can i set that?" the answer is "L2 amount is autodetected up to 2Mbyte"

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