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CPUID tool output

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E4400 C2D, Gigabyte EP-35-DS3, F3 BIOS



hw.physicalcpu_max: 2

hw.physicalcpu: 2 !!!! I have only one real CPU ( 2 Cores) ???? - Perhaps BIOS reports wrong, or does it mean 1 Core is 1 physical and only 2 hyperthreading is not pysical 2 ?


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Thanks a lot everyone! This is going to be extremely useful.

Update: Ah already within 30 min of looking at the first few logs I've found and fixed a bug.

Keep the logs coming, however I already have logs from the following CPUs:

AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor

AMD Phenom 9500 Quad-Core Processor

Intel® Core2 CPU

Intel® Core2 Quad CPU

Intel® Pentium® D 2.8 GHz


So if you have a CPU *other* than the above, please post the log. We specially want the following cpu logs:


1) Intel Atom

2) Intel Pentium 4 without Hyperthreading (old willamette and northwood cores)

3) Pentium D 805

4) AMD Sempron

5) AMD Opteron

6) Intel Xeon (both old and new)

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Core 2 Duo 2.13 ghz, p4m800pro-m motherboard


seems to work just great, running 10.5.5, thanks a lot! Chess crashes though in 64 bit mode, 32 bit mode, or even using rosetta. With my modbin 9.4 kernel Chess works just fine. Great work though!


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Thanks to everyone who posted their cpuid logs - with this data I've finally fixed all cache information and cpuid code for all CPUs in existence and known to man. LOL!


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