Having just bought (what I think is) a Barton XP 3200+, I noticed a lot of discussion about fake CPU's ( especially AMD Bartons ). One of the easiest ways to test a CPU was to run CPU-Z on it to see what CPU you have really got. Then I realised that I dont actually know what a readings an original Barton 3200+ should give out. All I know is that CPU-Z v1.28 is telling me that my CPU has a L2 cache of 64kb. Now, I know that my CPU should have an L1 cache of 128kb and L2 should be 512kb. So, have I got a fake processor or am I reading CPU-Z incorrectly ? Maybe we should get a thread going to publish the readings from CPU-Z for all the different processors out there. At least we'll have somewhere to go when you think an online store is ripping you off !! What do you think ?