From: Bill Morrow (penzance_at_icanect.net)
Date: Tue Apr 27 1999 - 17:47:36 EDT
it is VERY UNLIKELY that you can cache more than 64megs..
the P-II BX chipset is the first one to allow caching of all the memory..
Alexander Krumeich wrote:
> Hi, everybody,
> can anybody on this list tell me which motherboard chipset my TP600 is
> built on? I have the discontinued entry model 2645-210, or, for those less
> involved with product numbers :-), the P233MMX machine with the 13" HPA
> display. Is there any website that carries such information?
> Particularly, I wonder whether all of the memory is cachable by the
> chipset, because I play with the idea of giving my machine some extra
> memory for its 1st birthday. :-)))
> Alexander Krumeich
> Never trust a HAL 9000
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