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66253878 No.66253878 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

> his CPU doesn't have 128MB of L4 cache
How does it feel being a cachelet?

>> No.66253898

>>66253878
>dram cache
y tho

>> No.66253947

>>66253878
That's a big cache

>> No.66253960

>>66253947
for you

>> No.66254027

>>66253898
Iris Pro graphics

>> No.66254047
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66254047

>>66253878
Your L4 cache is slower than my RAM.

>> No.66254090

>>66254047
It doesn’t work that way anon...

>> No.66254218

>>66253878
Does anyone use off-chip caches animore?

>> No.66254242

>>66254090
Explain

>> No.66254342
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66254342

>>66254047
>t. brainlet

>> No.66255022

>>66253878
What does that cache even do, anyway?

>> No.66255078

>>66255022
Literally VRAM for the IGP

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