First post, by Repo Man11
I have an old HP Pavilion 7050, and I hope someone can help me with a question; in the CMOS settings, it says it has 256k L2 cache, and the motherboard's DIP switch is set to that amount. With my low level of familiarity with hardware this old, I wonder if that is correct because I would expect some of the cache sockets to be empty since this model could also have 512k L2 cache. But maybe in that case the memory chips installed would be of higher capacity, so in both cases all of the sockets would be filled?
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