Because cache misses lead to pipeline stall, they increase the CPI of a pipelined processor.TrueFalse Answer this question based on a direct-mapped cache design with the following bits (32-bit) of the address are usedto access the cache.Tag: 31-10Index: 9-5Offset: 4-0What is the cache block size (in words)?1248.We can't say by the given information.

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Because cache misses lead to pipeline stall, they increase the CPI of a pipelined processor.
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Because cache misses lead to pipeline stall, they increase the CPI of a pipelined processor. True False

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Answer this question based on a direct-mapped cache design with the following bits (32-bit) of the address are used
to access the cache.
Tag: 31-10
Index: 9-5
Offset: 4-0
What is the cache block size (in words)?
12
4
8.
We can't say by the given information.
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Answer this question based on a direct-mapped cache design with the following bits (32-bit) of the address are used to access the cache. Tag: 31-10 Index: 9-5 Offset: 4-0 What is the cache block size (in words)? 12 4 8. We can't say by the given information.

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Step 1

Cache misses: when an application or component requests for data from cache memory but it is not found in cache memory then this state is called cache miss.

 

There are three types of the cache miss

  • Instruction read miss
  • Data read miss and
  • Data write miss

 

 

CPI: CPI stands for cycle per instruction. It used in a pipelined processor to execute the different instructions at the same time.

Step 2

Answer: True

 

When cache miss leads to pipeline stall, it incr...

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