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Originally Posted by pursuinginsanity;13607156 
wink.gif Key word "little." Very little.

Such would depend on speed, timings and memory controller. Since all have improved over time, dixson would be right. DDR3 can be faster than DDR2 and the difference is especially noticeable in video editing which is very memory-intensive.
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When Bulldozer is release it will be the first cpu that has DDR4 IMC. Bulldozer will support both DDR3 and DDR4.
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Originally Posted by xd_1771;13609165 
Such would depend on speed, timings and memory controller. Since all have improved over time, dixson would be right. DDR3 can be faster than DDR2 and the difference is especially noticeable in video editing which is very memory-intensive.
True, but at intial launch.... DDR technology tend to be only compariable to current generation DDR while costing more. It takes them 1-3 years to ramp up performance and yields.
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True, but at intial launch.... DDR technology tend to be only compariable to current generation DDR while costing more. It takes them 1-3 years to ramp up performance and yields.

Pretty much. I remember when ddr3 came out I got my Corsair xms 800mx ddr2 2x2gb set for 20 bux and ddr3 sets were well over 100 bux. Now ddr3 is falling like a chump.
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Originally Posted by dixson01974;13609451 
FYI
When Bulldozer is release it will be the first cpu that has DDR4 IMC. Bulldozer will support both DDR3 and DDR4.

I think that would be a misnomer actually.... I think you got this from the article posting the Bulldozer leak from Gigabyte. First of all it stated that CPU-Z would support detection of DDR4 memory preliminarily - and not that BD would support it; second of all that screenshot turned out to be fake.
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