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internal cache

[in¦tərn·əl ′kash]
(computer science)

internal cache

A memory bank built into the CPU chip. See cache.
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In conclusion the measurement results for 30 and 100 MB file sizes are not completely reliable for the simulation, because data were apparently stored in some internal cache on the server side.
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Typically, enterprises have relied on the limited caching capability of a RAID controller or high-performance internal cache capabilities available only in high-end storage systems.
4 GB internal cache, the CD Library 54 TKO allows users to quickly access more information, making the jukebox a faster, less expensive storage alternative to a CD tower.
In comparison, the Pentium III has 32Kb of internal cache and up to 512Kb of half-speed external L2 cache, a total of 512Kb.
This MMX OverDrive replaces the previous version, with double the internal cache - at 32K - 57 more instructions and a 10 per cent improvement over the P150 overdrive.
The Aero 4/25 is powered by a 25MHz 486SX (SL enhanced) CPU with 8K of internal cache.

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