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What Is an area of highspeed memory tht sits between the processor and primary memory?

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What core processor has extended memory?

All of the processors shown have extended memory.


What is an example of L2 cache memory size?

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What is an examples of an L2 cache size?

Level 2 (L2) cache is built onto the processor. On Older slot-mounted processors, L2 cache was external to the processor die, and ran at slower speeds than the processor. on socketed processors, L2 cache is built onto the processor. If the processor does not find the desired memory locations in L1 cache, it checks L2 cache next. However Processors with larger L2 caches perform most tasks much more quickly than processors that have smaller L2 caches for two reasons. Cache memory is faster than main memory and the processor checks cache memory for needed information before checking main memory.


What is an example of an L2 cache size?

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What is a cache outside the processor called?

L2 cache. Today's processors all have some memory on the processor chip (called a die). Memory on the processor die is called Level 1 cache (L1 cache). Memory in the processor package, but not on the processor die, is called Level 2 cache (L2 cache). Some processors use a third cache farther from the processor core, but still in the processor package, which is called Level 3 cache (L3 cache).


Two processors contained in the same processor housing that share the interface with the chipset and memory?

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Why 64 bits os can not run 32 bits processor?

64 bit OSes use special set of instructions as well as 64 bit memory space which is in principle is not supported by 32 bit processors.


Difference between symmetric and asymmetric processors?

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What is special high speed memory that allows the processor to access data more rapidly than from memory located elsewhere on the system board?

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Features of contemporary processors include a dual core and cache memory. They also have transistors for communicating information and instructions at the same time.

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