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L1 and L2 latency

karimfath
Beginner
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hi all
in my performance model witch i develloped i need to introduce L1 and L2 latency of my processor (intel core 2 duo T5500)
but i dont knew where can we find this information
thanks a lot
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Tudor
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I think I have what you need: http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/mobile/print/core2duo.html.
Scroll down a bit, you will find a table. The Merom column (T5500 is from the Merom family) is what you are looking for.

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Tudor
New Contributor I
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Here is something you might find useful: http://www.adriansrojakpot.com/Speed_Demonz/L2_Cache_Latency/L2_Cache_Latency_02.htm. Dunno if your bios has that option.
karimfath
Beginner
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Quoting - Tudor Serban
Here is something you might find useful: http://www.adriansrojakpot.com/Speed_Demonz/L2_Cache_Latency/L2_Cache_Latency_02.htm. Dunno if your bios has that option.
thanks tudor but we dont find this option in my bios and this method cant give me the L1 latency

Tudor
New Contributor I
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I think I have what you need: http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/mobile/print/core2duo.html.
Scroll down a bit, you will find a table. The Merom column (T5500 is from the Merom family) is what you are looking for.
karimfath
Beginner
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Quoting - Tudor Serban
I think I have what you need: http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/mobile/print/core2duo.html.
Scroll down a bit, you will find a table. The Merom column (T5500 is from the Merom family) is what you are looking for.
thanks a lot my freind this is realy what we want
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