Direct mapped cache - computer architecture, Computer Engineering

Direct Mapping:

In this particular technique, block j of the primary memory maps onto block j modulo 128 of the cache.

  • The primary memory blocks 0,128,256,...is loaded in the cache, it is stored in cache block 0.
  • Blocks 1, 129,257,...are stored in cache block 1.

 Direct Mapped Cache:

 

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