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    Default Scientific Method / Science & Exploration New cache design speeds up processing time

    Researchers at MIT and the University of Connecticut have now developed a set of new “rules” for cache management on multicore chips. Simulation results have shown that the rules significantly improve chip performance while simultaneously reducing the energy consumption. The researchers' first paper, presented at the IEEE International Symposium on Computer Architecture, reported gains (on average) of 15 percent in execution time and 25 percent energy savings.




    New cache design speeds up processing time by 15 percent | Ars Technica

    New cache organization scheme could dramatically improve performance, power consumption | ExtremeTech

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