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Which is better the 512 kb or 1mb cache interms of speed and hit

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Its better to have a 1MB cache for a faster speed of yor computer....

Hope that helps.........

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http://support.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/D875PBZ/sb/CS-021825.htm

This website is the details of your motherboard from intel site you can have look in to that the processor 3.2 ghz is supported but L2 cache must be 512 kb only(you are trying with 1mb one it is not supported) your processor doesnt suits the motherboard specification as i have told it previously ..

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3.40 GHz 800 MHz 512 KB P20 or greater All board revisions support these processors. 3.20 GHz 800 MHz 512 KB P06 or greater 3 GHz 800 MHz 512 KB P05 or greater 3.06 GHz 533 MHz 512 KB P02 or greater 2.80C GHz 800 MHz 512 KB P05 or greater 2.80 GHz 533 MHz 512 KB P02 or greater 2.66 GHz 533 MHz 512 KB P02 or greater 2.60C GHz 800 MHz 512 KB P05 or greater 2.53 GHz 533 MHz 512 KB P02 or greater 2.40C GHz 800 MHz 512 KB P05 or greater 2.40B GHz 533 MHz 512 KB P02 or greater 2.26 GHz 533 MHz 512 KB P02 or greater

so just try changing this processor to 512 kb L2 cache processor ..........


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