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Thread: 2 or 8mb cashe?




  1. #1
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    I can't remember if my Maxtor DiamondMax Plus9 120GB has 2MB or 8MB of Cache.

    Is there someway of finding this out without having to go to Maxtor's site?

    Thanks
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    lol... cheers...

    Found out it was 2MB.

    Although I was wondering if any programs can detect it? But hey doesn't matter...

    Thanks again.
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    The best tool I've found for figuring out what's in a PC is AIDA32. It will tell you what the cache size of your drive is and just about anything else you want to know. It detects hardware, software (enterprise edition), and lots of other configuration info. Its FREE (for non-business use) but Windows only.

    http://www.aida32.hu/
    :D

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