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Old 20th March, 2005, 03:20 AM
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more upmarket boards used to have a 512KB L2 module built into the motherboard. Some high end boards like the Tekram MVP3G had what they called "3D-Now! TURBO" which was an 8MB L2 cache on the board itself that really put some kick into K6-2s and K6-3s. the external L2 cards were a common feature, but the cards themselves are quite rare.
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