What's the difference between mp's and xp's if placed in a dual processor motherboard (tyan and/or asus). I think they have the same cache sizes, and both work as dual processors. Just... what's the difference? I heard the mp has smp enabled and xp has smp disabled, but if it has smp disabled, how does it run in the dual processor systems?
and xp has smp disabled
It's not. AMD just simply doesn't support SMP for Athlon XP.
:smile: Good or Bad have no meaning at all, depends on what your point of view is.
well MP's are guaranteed by amd to always work in a dual cpu environment. XP's typically DO work allso, but there are no guarantees, and you wont get a replacement if they dont work.
the mp's are made and named for dual cpu work and the xp's are made and named for single cpu work :wink: if u have luck using the xp's in a dual system go on ahead..but again like someone just posted, its not gauranteed..
didnt have one of em electronic pens so ill just type my name,<i>CoOoLMaNX</i>
what is a coolmanx? sounds like how the cheeze goes on a pizza thats left in the fridge :wink: