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There are three levels of cache memory, these are referred to as;

  1.  L1: The level 1 cache, also referred to as primary cache, usually fast, but small in size, embedded in the microprocessor of a device.
  2.  L2: Level 2 cache is sometimes in the chip and other times between the CPU and the RAM, bigger than the L1 in size but slower to access. 
  3.  L3: Level 3 cache is a specialized cache built to improve the workings of L1 an L2

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