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** and memory
** Permanent memory ( ROM )- The instructions for in-built functions ( arithmetic operations, square roots, percentages, trigonometry etc.
** Chess Module-The Odyssey2 didn't have enough memory and computing power for a decent implementation of chess on its own, so the C7010 chess module contained a secondary CPU with its own extra memory to run the chess program.
** 64-bit external databus doubles the amount of information possible to read or write on each memory access and therefore allows the Pentium to load its code cache faster than the 80486 ; it also allows faster access and storage of 64-bit and 80-bit x87 FPU data.
** CISC — often load a, reg1 ; add reg1, b ; store reg1, c on machines that are limited to one memory operand per instruction ; this may be load and store at the same location
** RISC — Requiring explicit memory loads, the instructions would be: load a, reg1 ; load b, reg2 ; add reg1, reg2 ; store reg2, c
** CISC — It becomes either a single instruction: add a, b, c, or more typically: move a, reg1 ; add reg1, b, c as most machines are limited to two memory operands.
** A Honeywell HDC-701 flight computer which employed non-destructive read out ( NDRO ) plated wire memory instead of rotating magnetic disk for primary storage was developed as a backup for the D37D, but was never adopted.