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SubjectRe: Athlon Optimization Problem
On Mon, 28 Jan 2002, Alan Cox wrote:

> > Hmm. What do you recommend? I remember seeing a spec sheet and register
> > 0x95 was the memory write queue timer.. but I could have dreamed it..
> > Anyone know what register 0x95 does?
>
> It may well the case. All I know is that for some people at least leaving
> 0x95 as the bios set it up works and touching it does not - while for
> the 0x55 case on older chips it all seems to be positive. VIA's own stuff
> doesn't touch 0x95 - maybe there is a reason
>

Really? VIA's own stuff doesn't touch 0x95? Hmm. Well is there ever a
case where touching 0x95 solved ANYTHING?

What do you think? Should I change the patch to not touch 0x95?



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