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Thursday, November 23, 2017
Memory Glossary, Memory Terms
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Term Definition
L1 cache (L1 Cache)- Sometimes also known as primary or level 1 cache, is a small amount of high-speed memory that resides on or very close to the CPU. L1 Cache interacts with the CPU for most frequently requested instructions and data.
L2 cache (L2 cache) A specialized memory unit that enhances DRAM performance by providing the CPU with data at speeds ten times faster than DRAM. L2 cache comprised of Static RAM (SRAM), a high-speed RAM that does not need to be refreshed to retain its data. Most computers have two different memory caches; L1 cache, located on the CPU, and L2 cache, located between the CPU and DRAM. L1 cache is faster than L2, and is the first place the CPU looks for its data. If data is not found in L1 cache, the search continues
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