(MTRR) Registers in the Pentium Pro and Pentium II processors that can be used to specify a strategy for communication with the external memory and caches for a number of physical address ranges.
Strategies include write-through, write-back, or uncached(?). Such control is useful where the memory is located on a device and is accessed via some kind of device bus, e.g. a PCI or AGP graphics card, where caching would be of no benefit.
noun 1. a verse or passage from the Bible to be memorized, especially by members of a Sunday school.
[mem-fee-uh n] /ˈmɛm fi ən/ noun 1. a native or inhabitant of the ancient city of . 2. (def 3). 3. a native or resident of , Tennessee. /ˈmɛmfɪən/ adjective 1. of or relating to ancient Memphis or its inhabitants noun 2. an inhabitant or native of ancient Memphis
[mem-fis] /ˈmɛm fɪs/ noun 1. a group of international designers and architects, formed in the 1980s and based in Milan, whose work is characterized by the use of bold colors, geometric shapes, and unconventional, often playful, designs. adjective 2. of or relating to this group or its style of design. [mem-fis] /ˈmɛm fɪs/ noun 1. […]
[mem-fahyt] /ˈmɛm faɪt/ adjective 1. Also, Memphitic [mem-fit-ik] /mɛmˈfɪt ɪk/ (Show IPA). of or relating to the ancient Egyptian city of Memphis. noun 2. (def 1).