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a memory mechanism used by a computer to accelerate access to information.
(in computer technology) a fast storage buffer in the central processing unit or hard drive used to increase the amount and speed of data processing. Also called cache memory.
cache A storage area on a PC’s hard drive where the browser temporarily stores web pages and/or graphic elements.
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The processors also support cache line
locking and prefetching for improved performance.
The chip set supports an in-order queue depth of eight, provides separate cache line
read and write buffers, optimizes the memory subsystem with support up to 1GB of Sync-DRAM and support of up to two Pentium(r) II processors and four Pentium(r) Pro class processors.
Supports adjustable cache line
write and invalidate
lockability for I-cache, D-cache and BTB
0 -- Supports adjustable cache line
write and invalidate transfers -- Flash ROM upgradeable firmware ensures future compatibility -- PCI short card form factor -- Two 68-pin 16-bit Wide Ultra SCSI-3 connectors -- 1 external,