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When using the Cache & Memory Benchmark tool in Everest the "Read" speed, "Write" speed, and "Copy" speed are reported for my processor Cache and Main Memory.

I am wondering, how is the "Copy" speed measured and why is it so much higher than the "Read" and "Write" speeds? Conventional logic makes me thing that to "Copy" something you have to "Read" and "Write" it, which is obviously not the case here.


    
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