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Re: News Server self-mutilation



If you are using a pentium motherboard that has the VX, TX, or anything
but the HX chipset, you can slow down your computer by as much as 5% by
putting in more than 64 Mb of RAM, since VX and TX can only cache upto   
64 Mb. Ths solution, either get a HX board or a board with VIA chipset.

Sorry for the off-topic reply.


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On Tue, 22 Jul 1997, Daniel Laffin wrote:

>
>I guess this is question night.  I added an addtional 64 megs of RAM to my
>news server making it 128 total.  I also put in another 256K cache to
>total 512K.  Now the load is on average twice as high?  I dont follow that
>at all.  
>
>-Dan
>
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