Talk:Uniform memory access

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Removed note about caching... All processors have cache, if there is a discussion about cache coherency or uniform address space, that needs to be addressed in a less confusing manor. It makes it seem as if UMA has caching and NUMA does not.

Yeah, but now the article suggests that in UMA all the memory, including CPU caches, is uniformly shared. I think the previous editor attempted to clarify this issue. --Kubanczyk (talk) 10:09, 19 April 2008 (UTC)
Yeah, but when someone says memory, do you think of the L2 cache on the processor, when is that not exclusive to the processor across a network? sorry you are going to have to prove your case better than that. wikipediapwned. --69.150.57.124 (talk) 03:25, 13 June 2008 (UTC)