The block of memory that is transferred to a memory cache. The cache line is generally fixed in size, typically ranging from 16 to 256 bytes. The effectiveness of the line size depends on the application, and cache circuits may be configurable to a different line size by the system designer. There are also numerous algorithms for dynamically adjusting line size in real time. See cache.
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