Any clue what: 3MB on-chip shared L2 cache running 1:1 w/ processor is?

in General Discussion edited January 2014
Hi Everyone,

This is a really techie question i suppose and I've tried looking through many google pages trying to explain what 1:1 with processor means, but I've so far come up with nothing conclusive.

What does 1:1 with processor mean, and if anyone has any experience working with both Macbook Pros' does this have any effect on performance?

I understand that the greater the L2 cache, the more memory can be addressed at any given time for instruction...



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    It means the L2 cache is clocked at the same speed as the processor. That's true of probably every modern CPU.
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