Wondering how the cache divider change on the Athlon 750 and above affects performance? If our Athlon 800 review doesn't satisfy your curiosity, check out this article at hardware.de, which features an Athlon at 700MHz using both 1/2 and 1/3 cache dividers. The 1/3 setting, which is slower than the setting on the new .18u Athlons, may allow for some truly egregious overclocking action.
I saw this link during my daily surf at the cold, HardOCP.
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