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Dave[_39_] December 13th 13 04:14 PM

Which is the L2 cache?
 
Trying to get my sister started on the latest Naturally Speaking software
from Nuance, and am trying to see if she has a system that should indeed run
same. One thing I am not sure of is, where is the L2 cache? On my HP
pavilion I have three different ones, the primary, the secodary and the
tertiary. Is one of these the L2 cache? Any help is greatly appreciated...

Thanks,

Dave



Jim Beard[_2_] December 13th 13 06:00 PM

Which is the L2 cache?
 
On 12/13/2013 11:14 AM, Dave wrote:
Trying to get my sister started on the latest Naturally Speaking software
from Nuance, and am trying to see if she has a system that should indeed run
same. One thing I am not sure of is, where is the L2 cache? On my HP
pavilion I have three different ones, the primary, the secodary and the
tertiary. Is one of these the L2 cache? Any help is greatly appreciated...


Google is your friend. For one simple answer,

http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/266376-28-intel-cache

As you may suspect, L1, L2, and L3 are primary (1), secondary
(2), and tertiary (3).

Cheers!

jim b.

--
UNIX is not user-unfriendly; it merely
expects users to be computer-friendly.

Dave[_39_] December 16th 13 10:58 PM

Which is the L2 cache?
 
THANK YOU! Much appreciated...

Dave

"Jim Beard" wrote in message
...
On 12/13/2013 11:14 AM, Dave wrote:
Trying to get my sister started on the latest Naturally Speaking software
from Nuance, and am trying to see if she has a system that should indeed
run
same. One thing I am not sure of is, where is the L2 cache? On my HP
pavilion I have three different ones, the primary, the secodary and the
tertiary. Is one of these the L2 cache? Any help is greatly
appreciated...


Google is your friend. For one simple answer,

http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/266376-28-intel-cache

As you may suspect, L1, L2, and L3 are primary (1), secondary (2), and
tertiary (3).

Cheers!

jim b.

--
UNIX is not user-unfriendly; it merely
expects users to be computer-friendly.





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