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c++.dos.32-bits - Using system cache

reply "Imran Haider" <absolute1008 hotmail.com> writes:
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 How do you use the system cache hardware. Almost all system comes with =
atleast 256k cache on the motherboard but how do you use it? Many games =
made for Pentium supports cache. Digital Mars also supports 32-bit DOS =
applications for "Pentium" processors.
Sep 22 2001
parent "Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> writes:
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    That's a hardware feature of the Pentium, and it works =
automatically.
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    Imran Haider wrote in message <9ojacm$2sfo$1 digitaldaemon.com>...
     How do you use the system cache hardware. Almost all system comes =
with atleast 256k cache on the motherboard but how do you use it? Many =
games made for Pentium supports cache. Digital Mars also supports 32-bit =
DOS applications for "Pentium" processors.
Sep 22 2001