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post #21 of 774
AMD plans to adopt PCI-e 3.0 and DDR4 support next year.

This is pure rumors now:
They plan to kill off both FMx and AMx infrastructures for a better more future proof socket/interface. LGA 1207/LGA 1974 are being carried over but not PGA 9xx.

^-- only issue is that the LGA 1207 seems to be also replaced.

HM1 -> AM(x), FM(x), F/C(x) successor also LGA (mainstream/enthusiast version 1P/server 1P-4P)
GC36 -> LGA 1974 successor (server 1P-8P)
Edited by Seronx - 9/9/12 at 9:32pm
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post #22 of 774
Quote:
Originally Posted by Seronx View Post

AMD plans to adopt PCI-e 3.0 and DDR4 support next year.
This is pure rumors now:
They plan to kill off both FMx and AMx infrastructures for a better more future proof socket/interface. LGA 1207/LGA 1974 are being carried over but not PGA 9xx.
^-- only issue is that the LGA 1207 seems to be also replaced.
HM1 -> AM(x), FM(x), F/C(x) successor also LGA (mainstream/enthusiast version 1P/server 1P-4P)
GC36 -> LGA 1974 successor (server 1P-8P)

Something like that would've been my guess, but you gots some specifics. Great info!

As for the boards, How much do the low end/ 2 slot memory m-atx boards lose out on quality? I don't need 4 sticks, 2x4 is plenty for me, but in wanting to put a 5800k at a good overclock do the standard m-atx boards have better parts along with the heat sinked vrms? Could use all the extra space i can get in the ~10L case I'm working on, but want a quality mobo. A85x isn't useful to me either, but it might oc ahci better maybe?
I was looking at the asus m-atx le, but I can fit a full 9.6 x 9.6 m-atx, just going to make the plumbing/wiring tighter. Suggestions?

Yeroon
post #23 of 774
I realy do hope they release a board with a mSATA slot.
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Thread Starter 

^ It looks like there will be several FM2 mATX parts with good quality heatsinked VRMs - far better than the only one AM3+ offering that's mATX and has VRM cooling. Sheesh.

post #25 of 774
Sorry for jumping into this thread, but. Any opinions about the Asrocks boards? I'm rather unfamiliar with what is important on a mitx board and what's not. So I would appreciate if someone could tell me if these are decent (because I like the look of them compared to the others) and if they will be released at the beginning of the next month together with the new processors of AMD.
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post #26 of 774
Wow, those boards look awesome. I wonder if the new APU's will overclock well to take advantage of 8+2 Phases?

I really do love the idea of APU's, I think their cool being so grunty in games being so small. And even the CPU part of them aren't really *That* slow, they're a great price too! Same as the FX 4100 here.
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post #27 of 774
The only one of these boards that really interests me is the MITX MSI board. If I get a FM2 APU build i'll more than likely use the graphics on the chip and use the PCI-E slot for wireless or a nice audio card.
Edited by M3T4LM4N222 - 9/16/12 at 8:20pm
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post #28 of 774
did i see lucid virtu?

would this mean 7970 with APU on the side much like intel but with the hd4000 on the side? if so then you can expect a real boost which takes away some of the cpu limitation. virtu already adds a 'free' 20% on K model intel chips for games smile.gif trinity apu in virtu could add 35-45% to your card, you could get a 7850 upto 7950 or more performance biggrin.gif

also just a thought, with the virtu on intel its intel v nvidia or ati. with virtu on ati its apu ati vs ati. Could this mean in theory Hybrid Tri-fire ?
Edited by Pip Boy - 9/17/12 at 2:12pm
post #29 of 774
Quote:
Originally Posted by Seronx View Post

This is pure rumors now:
They plan to kill off both FMx and AMx infrastructures ...

AMD's Corporate Vice President Leslie Sobon said week ago, "that FM2 socket for desktop, which will be introduced with the official launch of desktop Trinity parts, will be here to stay. You can expect that AMD will stick with one socket for a longer time, as this is what AMD understand its upgrade market and loyal customers want."

http://www.fudzilla.com/home/item/28723-amd-execution-got-better-with-trinity — Surprise, surprise, they got the interview wink.gif
post #30 of 774
I vaguely remember seeing these on bit-tech.net or somewhere. 9 Days to go!
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