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Does delivery mode 101 (INIT) work for the Performance Management Interrupt in the local APIC of a Pentium 4? (using the LVT entry at address FEE00340h).
First of all, thanks for your reading.
I havetwo questions about memory cache control.
"1. Do store buffers operate when disabling caches?"
"2.Ifsome memory regions are set to WC(write combining), dothe readsto the regionsrefer to write combining buffers, not to memory? If the reads refer to write combining buffers, is it possible toflush the buffer explicitly?"
If you have any idea, please let me know.
I look forward to replying.
Message Edited by changhee on 01-07-2005 10:12 AM
Message Edited by changhee on 01-07-2005 10:16 AM
Dell computer with Intel mother board. Latest Dell BIOS update installed. However, Dell BIOS is very limited. Found an Intel update for the mother board "Intel Corporation CA810E" that matches.
Used a hex editor to change the manufacurer from 86A to 10A in all files.
Question is: can I install this BIOS update and what are the chances of success. Also if I try and fail will the Dell BIOS update reinstall in Recovery Mode if need be.
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I have doing an OpenGL program, on this program I use the triangle strip primitive, and on Intel Video Card the pare triangle is not visible... I think it is the backface culling.
This bug not appear immediatly, but after some time.
On nVidia and ATI video card it don't appear.
If it is the wrong place, please tell me the right place.
I'm Arintel. I'm new to this forum.
I'm looking for a document on how to implement Cache Locking (including data & instruction cache locking and code sample) on Pentium Processor Family.
It should be similar to the documents I found below, which are for CPU 80321 and XScale micro-architecture:
(section 4.5 and appendix C)
I have been able to get all the info from cpuid instruction.
But there is one thing that I have not been able to get.
The max advertised freqency.
I know that I can get it from brand string but that
is for procesors that support that feature.
I would like to be able to get this from a pentium or better.
How does Intel do it in there freqency test application?
I have a qestion regarding the protective metal that's on top of the Pentium 4 procesors core.What is it made of and if i remove it,is the CPU core strong enought to support a heatsink ?
and if i remove it will there be any (even if its minimal) better heat disperse ?
I'm not sure which forum my question really belongs to. What I like to do is to essentially be able to acess the instruction addresses (as they are executed) and the data (and their addresses) as a program executes. After going wandering around a few intel sites, I noticed the "in-target" probe gives the capability to look at the data I'm interested in. However, I couldn't quite find any other details as to how I would be able to access that information. Can someone point me in the right direction?
We deploy one of our corporate applications on Intel PCs so i was hoping to integrate the functionality in Intel's Active Monitor into our application so that it can report back any problems with the fan or the CPU overheating.
Is there a way that I can programmatically access information about the system's temperature, fan speed, etc. in my .NET applications?
Any info would be much appreciated.