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Zero Wait State - Definition

Zero Wait State is a condition where memory is operating at the fastest speed possible. It refers to a high-speed memory that transfers its data immediately upon being accessed without waiting one or more machine cycles to respond. In a wait condition, after the memory gets the command to fetch data, it will wait for one, two or more cycles to assure that the data has been placed into the buffer properly before it tries to get it.


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