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SubjectRe: BIOS, Duron4 specifics...
On Tue, 10 Jul 2001, John Clemens wrote:

> Actually, CPUID reports Family 6, Model 6, Rev2, which corellates directly
> to Athlon4/MP (Model 6) processors.

*nod*

> make me wonder if it's really a neutered Athlon4. Besides, I though the
> origional mobile durons (T-bird core, model 3) didn't even support
> powernow...?

That was my belief also. It appears you have a new type of Duron.
I was unaware of this stepping, which makes me even more curious
to see your x86info -a output :)

> FYI: This is an HP 5430 notebook. Duron 850.
> http://notebooks.hp-at-home.com/products/notebooks/overview.php?modelNumber=n5430

Neat. I'm expecting this to be new style (Athlon 4) PowerNow rather than
the K6 style PowerNOW. I'll look into this some more.

regards,

Dave.

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| SuSE Labs

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