memory cache


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(computer science) RAM memory that is set aside as a specialized buffer storage that is continually updated

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* In Step 3: The DPID finally requests the MIB information from the Memory cache.
CM only has single state, can only be one of the following states: memory cache, file cache, or memory file cache.
The Maxum 4150DE2 desktop model, complete with 4 MB RAM, 64 K memory cache, a 330 MB IDE hard drive, dual floppy disk drives, Microsoft DOS 5.0, Windows 3.1, and a three-button mouse, VGA monitor and one-year, on-site warranty, lists for $4,759.
Its one chip combines a microprocessor (80386), a floating-point math coprocessor (80387), a memory cache controller (82385), and 8 kilobytes of RAM cache.
Those workloads include serving up Web pages, big data analytics, running a distributed memory cache and server hosting environments where customers want dedicated rather than virtualized hardware, he said.
<p>By monitoring CPU and memory cache utilization on the shared server, an attacker could determine periods of high-activity on the target servers, estimate high-traffic rates and even launch keystroke timing attacks to gather passwords and other data from the target server, the researchers had noted.
The IBM eServer p690 is fueled by the POWER4 microprocessor, the first "server on a chip," containing two one-gigahertz-plus processors, a high-bandwidth system switch, a large memory cache and I/O interface.
The eServer p690 contains the system-on-a-chip design with each chip containing two 1GHz processors, a memory cache and I/O interconnected with other components.
The ARM946E and ARM966E cells are macrocells that couple the core with a memory cache or static RAM.
Apple's 300 Mhz Power Macintosh G3 ($2,329) is one of the latest in the company's line of G3 machines that boasts revamped internal architecture featuring one megabyte of L2 memory cache. The new G3 chip in the PowerPC can clock in up to twice as fast as a computer with a 266 Mhz Pentium chip, with certain programs.
The 80486 has all of those features plus more speed, an 8K internal memory cache, an internal math coprocessor, and improved instruction set handling.
Since the review, I have boosted my RAM to 4 Megs (and I installed it myself; after all, who's afraid of the big bad computer?) giving me a 500-k memory cache and a 1.5-Meg RAM disk.
By providing direct access to a very large SRAM memory cache, application performance increases.