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Old 03-25-2005, 09:42 PM   #1
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Default Disk cache / System Monitor in Windows 9X question.

When it says

Disk Cache: Cache hits

when the spikes are up high for long periods of time, that's a good thing right? Because DRAM is slower than SRAM? And SRAM is what is used for disk caching correct?

So the more SRAM (disk cache) is accessed, the better it will be for the computer?

But when it says

Disk Cache: Cache Misses
This is a bad thing when it has high spikes for long periods of time correct? Because DRAM is being used.
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