Cache Memory

Cache memory is a type of RAM (Random Access Memory) that is integrated typically with the CPU to provide faster access to the most frequently used information. Unlike system memory, cache size will be very less as it is intended to store data that has been frequently used or recently retrieved from main memory. Information which is needed for the CPU more often than other can be stored in cache memory near CPU -instead of storing it in system memory- to save the access time and thereby speeding up the execution time. Typically cache memory resides close to CPU or it comes in a separate chip with a dedicated bus to CPU.

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