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SubjectRe: k6 freeze in kernel 2.0.36
On Tue, 2 Feb 1999, Shawn Leas wrote:

>> # On Tue, 2 Feb 1999 jfulmer@secnetgroup.com wrote:
>> #
>> # > Again, these problems seem not to happen with AMD processors below 350MHz.
>> # > The one I have is running just fine at 333Mhz. And I have swapped all the
>> # > hardware in testing.
>> # >
>> #
>> # 333 MHz = 95 Mhz bus, 350 = 100 MHz bus.
>>
>> Uhh, 333 = 66 mhz bus, 350 = 100 mhz bus MAYBE ... it is with Pentiums,
>> is it true with AMD's too?
>
>AMD methinks uses 95.

Nope. 66 and 100. I've got a 300 and a 350 here right now.
Both use 100, but will also work at 66 no prob. The 350 won't
work in Windows 98 though.

Someone said that Windows had a bug with AMD chips. Anyone know
where I can find out more on this? I'd prefer to stay away from
Microsofts rediculous website if possible.


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