Hot Chips 18: Core 2 tidbits

Article: Niagara II: The Hydra Returns
By: anonymous (no.delete@this.spam.com), September 6, 2006 7:20 am
Room: Moderated Discussions
>CPUID 0x00000004 is intended to report L1d and L2 details.
>Which my Core 2 machines do, as expected. (Except for the
>minor weirdness of reporting the L2 twice, for ECX=1 and
>for ECX=2.)

This turned out to be a bug in the CPUID program which was
available on that Core 2 machine.

With a correct program I can see the L1i, L1d, and L2, as
expected, with no double reporting.

The rest of the data remains unchanged.
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