Cache Tags: Hard Drives Cache Storage Last response: July 1, 2010 4:51 PM in Storage Share Anonymous a b G Storage July 1, 2010 4:38:07 PM what's the advantage of more cache? More about : cache cjl a b G Storage July 1, 2010 4:51:31 PM Slightly better performance. It's not a huge difference though, so I wouldn't buy a hard drive based on cache alone. Many other factors can make a much bigger impact on performance, so overall, a drive with a smaller cache can still be faster. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedCache sizes and Shared L3 cache confusion Forum SolvedCPU GHz / FSB Speed / Cache Forum SolvedIntel 4th Gen i5 4440 3.0Ghz 6mb Cache Socket 1150 with G1 Sniper B5 Forum Solvedssd,hdd cache or no cache Forum SolvedIs it better to have more rpm or more cache in hard drives? Forum Solvedreplacing hdd with a ssd + ssd already existed for cache...is it possible?? Forum Solvedhard drive acceleration cache Forum SolvedCentral Processing Unit Cache Forum SolvedWhat is a Hard Drive Acceleration Cache? Forum Solvedchoosing Storage and help creating SSD cache Forum SolvedSSHD and cache Forum SolvedAnything I should do after installing another HDD? Accidentally marked it as active. Big difference between 16 or 64MB cache? Forum SolvedWD HDD reads only cache memory Forum SolvedSSD Cache For Gaming Forum SolvedWhat are these devices to auto powercycle modems and routers to gain Faster Internet by clearing the router cache? Forum Solved16MB vs. 32MB Cache Forum Solvedssd hard drive cache Forum SolvedHow do you install Windows 8 to a Cache SSD without a retail disk? Forum SolvedRAID 0: Hard-Drive Size and Cache Size Forum SolvedIntel® Pentium® D Processor 805 (2M Cache, 2.66 GHz, 533 MHz FSB) Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !