Re: which AMD chips are bad - if anyone cares <g>

Kurt Huwig (
Thu, 11 Sep 1997 12:30:16 +0200 (CEST)

On 8 Sep 1997, Benoit Poulot-Cazajous wrote:
I just received my K6 Rev. C 9734:

kurt@TittyTwister:/home/kurt/mama/unsorted > cpuidk6
CPU type : AuthenticAMD
Last cpuid function : 1
Stepping ID : 2
Model : 86
Instruction family : 5
Reserved eax[12..32]: 0x0
Reserved ebx: 0x0
Reserved ecx: 0x0
edx : 0x8001bf
CPUID 0x80000000
eax : 0x80000005
Reserved ebx: 0x0
Reserved ecx: 0x0
Reserved edx: 0x0
CPUID 0x80000001
Stepping ID : 2
Model : 102
Generation/Family : 6
Reserved eax[12..32]: 0
Reserved ebx: 0x0
Reserved ecx: 0x0
Reserved edx: 0x8005bf
CPUID 0x80000002..0x80000004
Processor Name String : AMD-K6tm w/ multimedia extensions
CPUID 0x80000005
Reserved eax: 0x0
TLB Information : 0x2800140
L1 Data Cache Information : 0x20020220
L1 Instruction Cache Information : 0x20020220

and the 'something times 5 is zero'-bug.

Could you send me the test-prgs again?


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