Subject: L3 Cache
To: None <Richard.Starr@VALLEY.NET, email@example.com>
From: Andrew Abelovski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/26/2007 01:09:01
I came accross this doing research i trying to enable my L3 cache. I
upgraded my Quicksilver 733 no L# to a 867 with L3 and the L3 cache is
not showing do ou know how to fix it?
Her eis the email i found o the web:
Subject: L3 CacheQuestion
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Richard Starr <Richard.Starr@VALLEY.NET>
Date: 12/14/2005 14:48:11
I came across an email to a list from you about L3 cache enabling while I was
googling on the subject. It gave me some ideas about how to solve my problem,
but I'm not programmer or engineer so I thought I'd run it by you. I'll
understand if this is asking too much.
I put an Apple dual 800 mhz processor from a Quicksilver into a Digital Audio
Mac. The L3 caches are not automatically enabled, which, I assume is because
the earlier computer rom or firmware doesn't do it.
In os 9 and 10.3 software from Powerlogix and Sonnet does enable the L3 cache,
but nothing I can find will do it in 10.4.
So I am trying to find software or code for Open Firmware that I can use to kick
it in while running Tiger.
I am at work so I can't tell you which G4 chips are on the board. I have the
CHUD tools for Tiger.
Any hints would be most appreciated!