First post, by Tetrium
When building computers (especially older ones) I like to piece hardware together that have good synergy.
However, all the time I'm having trouble at how much memory any particular mainboard can cache.
I'd like a tool that can test exactly how much memory is cached before I install an operating system but the tools I did try either run only in windows, don't work above 64MB (in the case of bootable disks) or don't do what I want them to do (don't tell me atall if all memory is cached or not)
Does anyone have like a simple bootdisk that is relatively easy to use and basically just give me feedback like:
Installed memory: 128 Megabytes
Cached memory:64 Megabytes
Cache type:Write through/Write back/Pipeline burst etc.
I know my way around DOS and I'm not unfamiliar with creating bootdisks. It's just that I somehow never was able to find a bootdisk that can do this in such a simple way.