Uncacheable speculative write combining
Uncacheable speculative write combining (USWC), is a computer BIOS setting for memory communication between CPU and graphics card. It allows for faster communication than the "un-cachable" setting (the alternative to USWC in the BIOS), as long as the graphics card supports write combining, which most or all modern graphics cards do.
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- "What is USWC (Uncachable, Speculative Write-Combining)?". computerhope.com.
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