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For example, software can use an MFENCE instruction to insure that previous stores are included in the writeback.

Instead, they talk to their L1 caches which are supposed to handle it.And about 20 years ago, the L1 caches would indeed talk to memory directly. Caches are organized into “lines”, corresponding to aligned blocks of either 32 (older ARMs, 90s/early 2000s x86s/Power PCs), 64 (newer ARMs and x86s) or 128 (newer Power ISA machines) bytes of memory.At this point, there’s generally more cache levels involved; this means the L1 cache doesn’t talk to memory directly anymore, it talks to a L2 cache – which in turns talks to memory. Each cache line knows what physical memory address range it corresponds to, and in this article I’m not going to differentiate between the physical cache line and the memory it represents – this is sloppy, but conventional usage, so better get used to it.This marks a significant improvement in the performance.The cache line is present only in the current cache, and is dirty - it has been modified(M state) from the value in main memory.

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