What is burst SRAM (SynchBurst SRAM)? - Definition from WhatIs.com

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burst SRAM (SynchBurst SRAM)

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Burst SRAM is used as the external L1 and L2 memory for the Pentium microprocessor chipset. Burst SRAM (also known as SynchBurst SRAM ) is synchronized with the system clock or, in some cases, the cache bus clock. This allows it be more easily synchronized with any device that accesses it and reduces access waiting time.

This was last updated in March 2011
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