The architecture of main memory has experienced a paradigm shift in recent years, with non volatile memory technologies (NVM) like Phase Change Memory (PCM) being incorporated into the hierarchy at the same level as DRAM. This transformation is being carried out by either splitting the memory address across two or more memory technologies, or using a faster technology with higher lifetimes, typically the DRAM, as a cache for the higher capacity, albeit slower main memory made up of a NVM. Design of such hybrid architectures remains an active area of research from the perspective of DRAM-as-a-cache design, since DRAM could quickly become the bottleneck, as cache lookups require multiple accesses for reading tag and data. In this paper, we augment the DRAM-as-a-cache model with a novel DRAM cache prefetcher that builds on state of the art Alloy Cache. The new DRAM cache architecture allows for prefetching data at both cacheline and page granularities from the NVM and as a result, provides upto a maximum of 2× performance improvement over a state of the art baseline.