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Procesoor problem... i was taking 700 p3 processor...but my pc shows unknown p6 processor...how would i know what is exact ratio of my processor?

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You can go to Intel's website under support. Follow through an pick product type until you run into processor spec finder. If you look at the cpu, you'll see letters and numbers starting with SLxxx. An sSpec Number can be thought of as a specific sku, or version of a processor with its own set of characteristics such as Core Speed, Core Voltage, L2 Cache Size, etc. Every Intel cpu has it's own unique sSpec number. I hope that helps.

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Intel
P6 and NetBurst micro-architecture microprocessors may contain design
defects or errors known as errata that may cause the product to deviate from
published specifications. Many times, the effects of the errata can be
avoided by implementing hardware or software work-arounds. Errata and work-
arounds are documented in the appropriate processor specification update,
which can be found at www.intel.com. Intel P6 and NetBurst micro-
architecture microprocessors include a feature called "reprogrammable
microcode"
, which allows certain types of errata to be worked around via
microcode updates. The microcode updates reside in the system BIOS and are
loaded into the processor by the system BIOS during Power-On Self Test, or
POST.

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