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SubjectRe: [FAQ?] More ram=less performance (maximum cacheable RAM)
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On Tue, 2001-08-21 at 15:57, Richard Gooch wrote:
> Er, are you sure about this? The problem isn't the size of your cache,
> it's the size of your TAG RAM. That's a different beast.

It also has nothing to do with Linux. Some motherboard's TAG RAM do not
allow for caching more than xMB.

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Robert M. Love
rml at ufl.edu
rml at tech9.net

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