The SDL also works in the same application. In addition to the supported settings are a few “just-for-fun” options, including the 75, 83, Turbo Frequency , and MHz bus speeds. Now, I get no distortion when I play that dance. Return to General Old Hardware. Industrial boards would be nice, but I doubt they allow you to lower and raise the FSB which would be crucial to “fine tune” the system ASUS is at it again, this time armed with the full power and potential of the BX chipset as well as a few unofficially supported yet documented bus speed settings on the new P2B. Well disabling L1 also disables L2 which is on the cpu with P3s.
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Link to an interesting webpage, where this P2B owner has modified the mobo. Video Memory Cache Mode: With the clock multipliers and bus speed settings documented on the motherboard, the well-written ASUS User’s Manual isn’t even necessary for the basic setup of the motherboard.
Review of Slot 1 Motherboards with Intel 440BX Chipset – Spring 1998
I got the get me one of these Tualatin enabled converters. Memory Hole at 15MM: I believe it’s the final PCB revision that was made. With Intel, once you get an OS that has built-in support for cjipset chipset, you’re good to go and don’t have to deal with installing the drivers yourself.
There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. I appreciate that this is not specific, but I don’t want to concentrate on one specific topic.
So from P3 onwards mainboards don’t have cache chips anymore It’s when the OS is older than your chipset that you have to seek out the drivers to make it fully functional. This is version 3. My website with reviews, demos, drivers, tutorials and more Last edited by retro games on You can then also disable L2 to slow it down even further Industrial boards would be nice, but I doubt they allow you to lower and raise the FSB which would be crucial to “fine tune” the system Unfortunately, neither of these jumpers are mentioned in the manual available on the Asus website, because that manual is for mobo PCB revision 1.
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Onand Super Socket 7 boards the L2 cache is on the mainboard and stays enabled if you disable L1. This effect can sometimes be undesirable, and means that the FSB must not be overclocked in this manner to ensure that the PCI card s function correctly. I have a manual for the P2B-DS 1. Occasionally, the sound sounded distorted, although this may be due to my cheap headphones. What a shame because with the L2 turbo Slot boards would be awesome for my tasks I looked at the Speedsys charts for my Super Socket 7 board and it just shows you how slow the mainboard L2 cache is compared to the onchip cache.
I’ve run some tests already on this mobo. Sticking to the more conventional and sometimes more reliable Jumper-Driven configuration, the P2B’s setup is almost identical to that of the old KNX.
The way it is, even when I read your post, I can’t decide what info is important and what is not, cause I have no clue as to what you are getting at in the long run.
Host Bus Fast Data Ready: Post Your Comment Please log in or sign up to comment. This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. ASUS is at it again, this time armed with the full power and potential of the BX chipset as well as a few unofficially supported yet documented bus speed settings on the new P2B. I put testing and info after the topic title, because it does fit in with roughly what I want to achieve.
I know for certain that 98SE has all you need built-in.
I have always used the version from the Intel website. Not sure about the non DS mobo I would like to host all of these files on my Mediafire. Test 1 used a Powerleap adapter, and Test 2 used an nVidia Geforce3 card.