GB6 doesn't read the cache status, it just turns it on, and sets the cache on if found. d.m.l wrote that code, so will have to wait for him to cache up there
GB6 should say cache on when it loads. Also use the cache functions in GB6 not any external desk acc's as it will likely confuse the cache status. I have a feeling Doug mentioned something about the MSTE cache, might need fixing, but neither of us have a MSTE (IIRC)
FPU,if it finds the FPU, it should run the test. Though don't forget there is no FPU test files yet, so it will not show a result, even though it should actually run the test. If you use a Falcon benchmark file then you should see a FPU value, as I assume I did the benchmark with the FPU installed.
I need to install monster in my STFM and run the test to create a new benchmark file, though someone else mentioned this a few weeks ago. I just don't have time to setup a STFM and do the test currently. There is no alt-ram benchmark in any files yet either, might be in the CT60 benchmark file.