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June 24, 2001 3:57:04 AM

I tried searching for info here and at amd's website, and couldn't find a simple answer to a simple question. All AMD Athlon and Duron processors have a 128k L1 cache, right? What about L2 cache? I think Duron has 64k? What about Athlons?

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June 24, 2001 4:34:27 AM

<b><A HREF="" target="_new">AMD Athlon™ Processor Model 4 Data Sheet</A></b>
Chapter '<font color=red><b>Overview</b></font color=red>', page 3.

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June 24, 2001 8:56:06 AM

256k, its there in the product brief page <A HREF="" target="_new">;/A> and also on the architectural features page <A HREF="" target="_new">;/A> and both the links are on the Athlon homepage.
no need to download any pdf.

you are right, the duron has 64kb L2.

and pls read the pages well before jumping to any conclusion.

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