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http://www.pcpitstop.com/betapit/browse.asp

I am not able to enable level 2 cache, eveything is greyed out. I am running win patrol, but apparently I do not have it configured correctly. I cannot look at the memory detail page, because it will not come up, it just sends me back to the performance page, whenever I click the "memory detail" link.

Sorry try this link

http://www.pcpitstop.com/betapit/sec.asp?c...;report=Summary

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To see the memory usage you can click on the Software tab, then click on Utilization.

 

However, other than shutting off indexing, your running programs look really clean.

 

The issue may be that the computer is running 1GB of PC2100 and is being compared against computers in the database with much faster (newer) memory:

 

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/syst...ecs.htm#1101572

 

Also, the CPU processing power will effect the memory score as it can limit the number of memory accesses in a given amount of time. The computer is running a single-core Celeron, which may already be putting out as much as it can.

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To see the memory usage you can click on the Software tab, then click on Utilization.

 

However, other than shutting off indexing, your running programs look really clean.

 

The issue may be that the computer is running 1GB of PC2100 and is being compared against computers in the database with much faster (newer) memory:

 

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/syst...ecs.htm#1101572

 

Also, the CPU processing power will effect the memory score as it can limit the number of memory accesses in a given amount of time. The computer is running a single-core Celeron, which may already be putting out as much as it can.

 

Ok, thanks for the help, I assume it won't hurt to update my drivers anyway
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