First post, by Mau1wurf1977
Got around to testing the Pentium 200 chip (NON MMX) today and included it in my new "Timemachine - FSB Scaling" spreadsheet.
We see some nice FSB scaling with L2 cache enabled. It also shows us how the CPU architectures differ.
Without Cache AMD K6-2+ is the slowest chip, Intel is doing better but Cyrix comes out on top 👍
Missing the 100 MHz FSB scores for the Cyrix. Will source a higher rates Cyrix chip soon to get that score. Also missing the 75MHz FSB for the K6-2+ but that's not a big deal...
So in a nutshell most Socket 7 cpus give you a 486DX-2 when you disable L1 cache and a 386DX when disabling L1 and L2.