With the advance of CMOS technology, CPU performance has been improved by increasing frequency. However, the performance improvement for a single-core processor has reached a 60bottleneck due to chip power and heat removal limitations. To overcome these problems, chip multiprocessors (CMPs) have gradually replaced single-core processors, and the number of cores in CMPs is expected to continue to grow. A processor integrating 80 cores has been demonstrated by Intel . In CMP architecture, the last level cache (LLC) is shared by multicore processors and has a significant influence on performance. Therefore, as the CMP architecture has become more widely used, LLC-related research has drawn increased attention.
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