Intel smart cache forums Tags: CPUs Cache Intel Email Last response: March 9, 2010 5:43 AM in CPUs Share mohsinjavaid March 7, 2010 8:57:20 AM Hello, what is difference between Intel® Smart Cache and L2 Cache? just reply me on my email address: [redacted] More about : intel smart cache forums r_manic a b à CPUs March 9, 2010 5:43:33 AM Smart Cache is more or less a marketing term designed to showcase how Intel's CPU can adjust itself for performance or power conservation purposes. Practically it shouldn't affect your decision on what CPU to buy. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedBest Motherboard For The Intel® Core™ i7-4770K 3.50 GHz 8MB Intel Smart Cache LGA1150? Forum SolvedNeed advice on Raid 1+0 with 4 hard drives with SSD Cache (Intel Smart Response Technology) Forum graphics card with an i5 5-4690K 3.5 GHz 6MB Intel Smart Cache LGA1150?? Forum SolvedIntel Smart Response SSD cache marketing is misleading? Forum HDD VS HDD + SSD Cache (intel smart response) + Setup Forum Minimum smart cache that comes with an intel i3 CPU (is it 3 MB or 2 MB)? Forum Compare 3mb l3 cache or 3mb intel smart cache Forum Intel Smart Response Technology (SSD Caching). Forum Intel Smart Response SSD Caching Issue Z77 Chipset Forum ASUS SSD Caching vs intel smart response technology Forum Intel Smart Response / SSD Caching Questions Forum Intel Smart Caching on Z68 chipset - Question Forum Do I need AESNI and Secure Key features for my home server? Smart Cache? Forum SolvedCan we manually cache on smart response? Forum SolvedIntel 4th Gen i5 4440 3.0Ghz 6mb Cache Socket 1150 with G1 Sniper B5 Forum SolvedSSD Intel smart response help Forum SolvedAnyone familiar with Intel's "smart response technology" Forum Does SRT Smart Response SSD cache feature benefit if OS is on SSD ? Forum SolvedIntel® Pentium® D Processor 805 (2M Cache, 2.66 GHz, 533 MHz FSB) Forum 3mb smart cache v. 2mb L3 cache Forum More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !