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Old Sep 27, 2002, 08:42 AM
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CPU info:

SiSoftware Sandra

Processor(s)
Model : Intel(R) Pentium(R) II
Co-Processor (FPU) : Not installed
Speed : 266MHz
Performance Rating : PR319 (estimated)
Type : Standard
Multiplier : 4x
Generation : 6th (6x86)
Model Information : P6L (Klamath) Pentium II 233-300 2.8V
Revision/Stepping : 3 / 3 (0)
Stepping Mask : C0
Microcode : MU063336

Caches
Internal Data Cache : 16kB synchronous write-back (4-way, 32 byte line size)
Internal Code Cache : 16kB synchronous write-back (4-way, 32 byte line size)
L2 On-board Cache : 512kB synchronous write-back (4-way, 32 byte line size)
L2 Cache Multiplier : 1/2x (equiv. 133MHz)

Host Interface
Front Side Bus Speed : 1x 67MHz (67MHz data rate)

Mainboard Upgradeability
Socket/Slot : Slot 1
Upgrade Interface : Daughter Board
Supported Speed(s) : 266MHz (or more)
Supported Voltage(s) : 2.9V

Features
Co-Processor (FPU) Built-in : Yes
Virtual Mode Extensions : Yes
Debugging Extension : Yes
Page Size Extension : Yes
Time Stamp Counter : Yes
Model Specific Registers : Yes
Physical Address Extension : Yes
Machine Check Exception : Yes
Compare & Exchange Instruction : Yes
Local APIC Built-in : Yes
Fast System Call : Yes
Memory Type Range Registers : Yes
Page Global Enable : Yes
Machine Check Architecture : Yes
Conditional Move Instruction : Yes
Page Attribute Table : No
36-bit Page Size Extension : No
Unique Serial Number : No
Cache Line Flush Support : No
Debug Trace & EMON Store : No
ACPI Technology : No
MMX Technology : Yes
Fast Float Save & Restore : No
SSE Technology : No
SSE2 Technology : No
Self Snoop : No
Hyper-Threading Technology : No
Auto Clock Control : No
IA-64 Technology : No
DAZ Support : No

Advanced Settings
L2 Cacheable Range : 512MB
L2 Cache Grouping : 1 bank(s)
L2 Cache Latency : 0 clock(s)
Data Error Checking : Yes
Low Power Mode : Yes
Fast Strings : Yes
In Order Queue Depth : 8 req(s)

Machine Check Architecture Settings
No. Reporting Banks : 5 bank(s)

Performance Tips
Notice N224 : SMBIOS/DMI information may be inaccurate.
Tip T219 : A SSE(2) processor is recommended for modern multimedia applications and games.
Tip T2 : For more information about tips, press F1 and scroll to the Tips section.


soz about the lenght of messages but all help appreciated.

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Old Sep 27, 2002, 08:46 AM
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[i]Originally posted by jasev [/i]
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ps i have a couple of p2 350 and possibly a p2 450 if you need any of them,but get all the details from sandra and by looking on the motherboard ,post the info on this thread and i'll find out what cpu you can go up to. [/B]
i take 450 or 350 if u still have it? how much? where u live?? slot size?


wot u fink of me mobo/cpu info then???
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Old Sep 27, 2002, 10:47 AM
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Old Sep 27, 2002, 11:19 AM
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Get the 450 because jumping from 266 to 350 is not much that you can feel.

Now do you see how good and convenient Sandra is?


BTW, please don't bump when your thread is still on 1st page.
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Old Sep 27, 2002, 05:03 PM
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the 350 & 450 are running at 100mhz fsb(clock speed) unless i missed it on your post your running simms which are only 66mhz fsb.if you don't have any dimm sockets for the pc100 memory then your board is only capable of 66mhz fsb and can't run the 2 processors i have.if you have got a dimm socket let me know.
what kind of case is your motherboard in as if it's a standard case then i'll see if i got a motherboard that runs at 100 fsb and will swop for yours as i only use them for writing machines.
also check if your motherboard takes any extra power connectors as there's a few compaq systems that take the atx and a 6 wire connector similar to one of the old at power connectors.
i have a dell motherboard but you need the similar connectors above except only dell power supplies work as there wired different to the compaq ones(the dell has 3 blue wires on the extra 6 wire connector).
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Old Sep 27, 2002, 06:14 PM
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should find all the info your looking here m8.......gizzmo

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