How do I find out the cache?
For a better understanding, I must say that the cachememory is a special memory that is used for quick access to information, as well as its performance can be said about the speed of your processor. There is a cache on the processor, right on the main chip. The frequently asked question is: how to find out the cache? If you have documentation about the equipment installed on your computer, then it's not difficult to take and view the characteristics of the processor.
Not having such detailed data about your processor,how do you know which cache you are using? To help you will come a special utility called CPU-Z. It is designed to display all the characteristics, information about the processor, its memory and cache. This program is very simple and convenient, has a small size and easy interface. After installing it, select the "Caches" tab. After that, in the program window you will see your cache, it is divided into three levels. The first is the fastest and has a small size, the rest, as a rule, have less speed, but a larger amount of memory.
I provide a link to download CPU - Z. By the way, your cache can also be viewed in the program "Everest".