"For greater performance at high clock speeds, motherboard chipsets now feature a pipelined processor bus. The multiple stages in this pipeline can also be used to queue up multiple commands to the processor. This command queuing greatly improves performance because it effectively masks the latency of the processor bus.
This BIOS feature controls the use of the processor bus' command queue. Normally, there are only two options available. Depending on the motherboard chipset, the options could be (1 and 4), (1 and 8) or (1 and 12). This is because this BIOS feature..."
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