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SubjectRE: z-Re: Memory deallocation problems
Ive gone to the Intel website and read up on all the chipsets and nowhere
can I find info on how much one or the other can cache. It does say that
the vx is a consumer type chipset and the HX is business oriented and 10%
faster. (than what I dont know)

On Fri, 10 Jan 1997, Jon Lewis wrote:

> On Fri, 10 Jan 1997, Ray Van Tassle-CRV004 wrote:
>
> > Um, nope, you're wrong. The VX chipset will NOT cache more than 64MB.
> >
> > Okay, here is the REAL chipset poop, once and for all!
> > Intel 430HX Intel 430VX VIA Apollo VP-1/VP-2
> > Max. Cache 512KB 512KB 2048KB
> > DRAM Cacheablity 64 or 512MB 64MB 64 or 512MB
> > EDO Read Timings 4222/5222 5222/6222 4222/5222
> > (60/66 mhz)
> > CPU Write buffer 8QW w/merge 4QW 16QW w/merge
> > SDRAM support no yes yes
>
> So there's more than one version of "Triton II"? How typical of Intel to
> create unneeded confusion.
>
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