On Thu, 1 Nov 2007 03:30:01 -0700, rampanthorse
>I have just some software to check my system. one of the comments it came
>back with is "no cpu L2 cache found"
>does this mean I have a fault or does it just mean I never had one?
>if it is a fault how do I fix it?
>I have been experiencing slow performance on my laptop.
Some cpu's have large L2 caches some have very small ones. Seems yours
fits in the latter, or your software isn't keeping up with the latest
The L2 cqche is like the index of a book, the bigger the L2 cache the
more data it can store of where things are on the harddrive. There is
a break over point though, where it takes longer to look in the index
than it does to just find it on its own.