memory bank

noun
1.
the complete records, archives, or the like of an organization, country, etc.
2.
the total of a person's memories or recollections.
3.
data bank ( def 1 ).

Origin:
1950–55

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It is a master sensorium or memory bank from which physical forms are
  synchronously recalled in successive still frames.
Tender and meaty, this entered my memory bank of definitive tastes.
To add their birthdays and e-mail addresses to my memory bank would require
  only a short afternoon with flashcards.
Each processor may have its own cache on a dedicated bus, but all processors
  are connected to a common memory bus and memory bank.
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