Anybody know what the RC5-64 keyrate is for an AMD K6-2 400Mhz is?
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> Anybody know what the RC5-64 keyrate is for an AMD K6-2 400Mhz is?
Not bad, but not super-wonderful either. Oh, divide keyrates by 1.4 if
you're running the Win9x client :-)
What blew me away was that a K6-2 400 did 18% better on CSC than a
Pentium II 400.
I just upgraded my LinuxBox, and since then, i'm occasionally getting
segmntation errors, especially while compiling the kernel sources.
My System is SUSE 6.2, MB Gigabyte GA-5AX, processor AMD K6 II
( 400 MHz ) and RAM 64 MB SDRAM ( 100 MHz ).
I followed the hint of SUSE about some existing error of AMD K6
which means the AMD K6 has an error which makes the system unstable
while using more memory than 32 MB.
They do not mention which type of K6 is involved.
I set the used memorysize to 32 MB ( lilo option : "linux mem=32M" )
and it did really help - linux is really stable since then.
Only problem i've got is : i didn't bought a quite expensive 64 MB SDRAM
to not to use it at all ;)
Has anybody made any experience with that bug...
Maybe it is only my memory which is buggy and not the processor ?
please give me some hints how could i find it out what is causing the
segmentation error : processor or memory ?
5. AMD K6-2/400