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Intel Pentium II sSpec Information

1. This processor is in S.E.C.C. form factor 2. This processor is in S.E.C.C.2. form factor 3. This processor has a core voltage of 2.8V 4. This processor has a core voltage of 2.0V 5. This processor’s L2 cache has a 512MB address range 6. This processor’s L2 cache has …

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RAMBUS DRAM PERFORMANCE Lowest Latency with the Highest Bandwidth

RAMBUS DRAM PERFORMANCE Lowest Latency with the Highest Bandwidth by Nick Schwartzman Samsung Semiconductor, Inc. Courtesy: Samsung Semiconductor, Inc. If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left click here! DRAM performance is measured with two metrics: bandwidth and latency. Surprisingly, one type …

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Modem Help Pages

Whenever possible we try and find the most accurate information available in order to enable our customers and visitors resolve any problems they may be having quickly. While we appreciate every visitor to our site, and while we hope you enjoy what you find here, we are aware of the …

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Internet Resource and Standards References

Below you will find links to two comprehensive¬† ¬† resource listings covering just about any Internet related subject imaginable. The resources listed at these pages not only cover “Standards” issues, but also provide resources for inter-related subjects relating to just about any issue having to do with computer technology.

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drivparm MS-DOS Command

Type: Internal (3.2 and later) Syntax: DRIVPARM= /D:(number) [/C] [/F:(form factor)] [/H:(number)] [/I] [/N] [/S:(number)] [/T:(tracks)] Purpose: Used in the CONFIG.SYS file to set parameters for a disk drive. Discussion Used for special configurations related to disk drives. For more information on the DRIVPARM command, refer to Chapter 6, Tips …

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Testing the Windows Millennium Edition Installation

(Preliminary – Continued) Celeron 300 with VIA Motherboard Chipset: We assembled this machine to fill in the gap between true older legacy computers and the new hardware releases we are seeing today. The motherboard was one of the first slot one motherboards with an early VIA chipset on board that …

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replace MS-DOS Command

Type: External (3.2 and later) Syntax: REPLACE [d:][path]filename [d:][path][/A][/P][/R][/S][/U][/W] Purpose: Replaces stored files with files of the same name from a different storage location. Discussion This command replaces files in the target path designation with files of the same name in the source location. You can use wildcard characters (? …

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What does TCP/IP or IPX Mean?

What does TCP/IP or IPX mean? What is TCP/IP? TCP/IP stands for Transmission Control Protocol, Internet Protocol, a set of networking protocols that allows two or more computers to communicate. TCP/IP was developed by the Department of Defense for the Defense Data Network, and has since been widely adopted as …

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What is Stacking of Network Hardware

Network Hardware Stacking Although Fast Ethernet runs ten times faster than standard Ethernet networks, the advance from 10Mbps to 100Mbps hasn’t come without a few technical problems and resultant sacrifices, the first of which is known as the Fast Ethernet two hub rule. The Two Hub Rule: You can’t join …

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