It is?

Article: ISSCC 2006: Intel Tulsa
By: anonymous (anon.delete@this.nospam.com), February 21, 2006 9:57 am
Room: Moderated Discussions
I'd like to know the source for the "it is inclusive" claim.

Becauser neither ISSCC 2006 paper 5.3 nor 21.2 seem to say so.

In previous P4-based Xeons the L3 was kinda both, exclusive and inclusive. At least that's what Intel claimed in one of their forums back then, when the question was posed to them. Sadly that URL is no longer functional:

http://intel.forums.liveworld.com/thread.jsp?forum=242&thread=6636
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