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what is EDO and PB cache?

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what is EDO and PB cache?
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EDO = Extended Data Out memory. Its a slightly faster type memory than SDRAM (Synchronous DRAM (= Dynamic Random Access Memory)).

PB cache sounds like Pipeline Burst cache. This is a special cache used to fill a "pipeline", a processor architecture used to execute a number of instructions in different stages along a pipeline.

Cheers,

Raymond.

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