H. Oda has released version 2.7a of WCPUID. The updates page and readme file say only this about it: "Ver.2.7a Support: Athlon New L2 type." You can grab it here. Could this be the Athlon L2 cache modification software H. Oda is working on? I can't tell, and I don't have access to an Athlon right now. Let us know. And thanks to Winston for the heads-up.
Update: Nope, it's just a new version of WCPUID that correctly reports the new 2/5 cache divder on 750 and 800MHz Athlons. Ah, well.
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