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Want to increase cache memmory .I am not sure where it is on motherboard or what type of memmory to order

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L1 & L2 cache memory is actually on your CPU so it is not something you can upgrade.

If you are talking about Virtual Memory, that is different, as it is a file that resides on your Hard disk (not a memory chip at all) the size of your Virtual memory is allocated by your operating system. but is user customisable.

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