[RC5] OS/2 Client Update

bmm at plague.minder.net bmm at plague.minder.net
Tue May 26 19:01:49 EDT 1998


Or it could be that this core _is_ actually the fastest for the cpu in
question.  I remember this happenning in the past, especially with
k6/2** cpu's.  A more controlled benchmark with a few of the cores should
make things clearer.

-Brian


On Tue, 26 May 1998, Hilmar Preusse wrote:

> On Tue, 26 May 1998, dan carter wrote:
> 
> > it still says:
> > Beginning CPU identification...
> > Completed CPU identification. Found a class 4 CPU from AMD
> > Selecting AMD 486, Cyrix 6x86/6x86MX/M2 code
> > 
> > on my K6, shouldn't it select the K6 core (or the P6 core you've 
> > replaced it with)?
> 
> It doesn't detect the the CPU, but makes a little benchmark test. Depending
> on your system load, the client can make a wrong decision, when it sees,
> that Cyrix is *actually* the fastest one.
> If you have a ini-file only for this system run rc5 -config and set the CPU
> in the ini-File.
> 
> Hilmar
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