These include an Advanced Transfer Cache, said to deliver a performance boost of up to 25% on its own, Advanced System Buffering, on-die level two cache, support for the 133MHz front side bus for faster data transfer, and new packaging options to fit inside "ultra-thin" mobiles and small form-factor PCs.
What does ASB stand for?
ASB stands for Advanced System Buffering (Intel)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 322 other meanings of ASB in our Acronym Attic
- Academic Student Body (student government)
- Accounting for Small Business (various locations)
- Accounting Standards Board (UK FRC)
- Act! Speak! Build! (Habitat for Humanity)
- Actuarial Standards Board
- Adaptive Sidelobe Blanker
- Addiction Services Board (Miami, FL)
- Administrative Services Bureau (various locations)
- Advanced Small Business
- Advanced Strategic Bomb
- Advanced System Bus (AMBA architecture)
- Advanced Systems Buying
- Advertising Standards Bureau (Australia)
- Advisory Service Bulletin (aviation)
- Aeration Stabilization Basin
- Aerobic Stabilization Basin
- Afrikaanse Studente Bond (Afrikaans Student Association)
- Air Staff Board
- Airbase Systems Branch
- Airborne Software Bulletin
Samples in periodicals archive:
The processors feature a 100 MHz system bus, 256 Kilobyte full-speed Advanced Transfer Cache, Advanced System Buffering and Streaming SIMD extensions and are based on Intel's 0.
The 2 MB Advanced Transfer Cache memory with Advanced System Buffering increases the width of the data pathway to the processors and reduces cache latencies.
The new mobile Pentium III processors feature a 100 MHz system bus, 256 Kilobyte, full-speed Advanced Transfer Cache, Advanced System Buffering, and Internet Streaming SIMD extensions for high performance.
18-micron process technology, and features a 256 Kbyte Advanced Transfer Cache memory with Advanced System Buffering, which boost performance by placing a full-speed level-two cache memory directly on the processor die and increasing the width of the data pathway to the processor.
18 micron-based Pentium III processors feature the Advanced Transfer Cache and Advanced System Buffering to deliver higher performance than earlier versions based on 0.
18 micron process manufacturing technology, offer advanced transfer cache with advanced system buffering capabilities, ultimately providing significant performance enhancements over processors of the same clock speed with older technology.
These latest Pentium III Xeon processors feature advanced system buffering and 256K Advanced Transfer Cache, as well as a 133 MHz system bus and on cartridge voltage management for enhanced reliability and reduced cost.