64K cache sufficient for 16M ?

64K cache sufficient for 16M ?

Post by Mark van Hoe » Thu, 01 Sep 1994 20:06:03



I want to upgrade my 386 8Mb with 64K cache to 16Mb. Will 64K be sufficient?

Regards,
 Mark van Hoeij

 
 
 

1. Should I upgrade to 16M with only 64K cache

I currently have a 486-33 with 8MB RAM (30 pins) and 64KB cache.
Is upgrading to 16M with this amount of cache reasonable ?
Some people say my system will slow down. Is this true ?
The manual of my motherboard (Elonex with Symphony Chipset and
MR-Bios 1993) says my cache is not "user-upgradable".
What does that mean ?

TIA !

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Serge Koganovitsch
Student Computer Science
University of Antwerp, Belgium (U.I.A)

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Serge Koganovitsch
Student Computer Science
University of Antwerp, Belgium (U.I.A)

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