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post #11 of 21
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Originally Posted by Avonosac View Post

How is that a strange world? DataRam would have no dependence on the profitability of AMD, dataram will get their money.

Do you understand how business works?

apparently not

DATA rams success is linked to AMDs success due to the partnership is it not?

If AMD does poorly then the partnership doesn't mean much does it?

although it is conceivable that DRAM is an order of magnitude smaller than AMD and thus even a lack of success with AMD would be success for DRAM....
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your missing the big picture, both companies are coming together to produce ram that is compatable with intel and amd extreme profiles, something that NOBODY HAS EVER DONE BEFORE , and it is so slouch, and it's only going to get better, these companies look at the long run and the big picture. they are taking memory to all new highs,, they will eventually dominate the ram sector "remember , you heard it here first" cheers.gif
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your missing the big picture, both companies are coming together to produce ram that is compatable with intel and amd extreme profiles, something that NOBODY HAS EVER DONE BEFORE

Rasta I hadn't thought of this!!

BRING AMP COMPLIANT RAM NAO!! wheee.gif
   
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post #14 of 21
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your missing the big picture, both companies are coming together to produce ram that is compatable with intel and amd extreme profiles, something that NOBODY HAS EVER DONE BEFORE , and it is so slouch, and it's only going to get better, these companies look at the long run and the big picture. they are taking memory to all new highs,, they will eventually dominate the ram sector "remember , you heard it here first" cheers.gif

I've been saying something similar about HSA for months. AMD is really looking ahead these days.
post #15 of 21
yeah kool right, now picture this, AMD just made a breakthrough with having a gpu and cpu share memory (on their future apu's , HUMA or something like that) , the controller is awsome , thumb.gif , now you have AMD partnering with a memory manufacturer, this is going to be nut's thumbsupsmiley.png ,

i said it before and i'll say it again, "hold on, this is going to be a crazy ride" biggrin.gif
post #16 of 21
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Joke too biggrin.gif

You know, when a CPU isn't artificially limited by poor design decisions, more cooling makes a difference. You wouldn't cool a Pentium 4, core 2, Phenom, etc with a $25 CPU cooler and run with expensive coolers, would you?

This is brilliant by AMD though. Their biggest problem with APU performance is OEMs pairing APUs with crappy ram (IE 1333 mhz single channel). Now they can just give them the whole package and OEMs have no excuse for blowing APU performance by using the wrong ram.
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You know, when a CPU isn't artificially limited by poor design decisions, more cooling makes a difference. You wouldn't cool a Pentium 4, core 2, Phenom, etc with a $25 CPU cooler and run with expensive coolers, would you?

This is brilliant by AMD though. Their biggest problem with APU performance is OEMs pairing APUs with crappy ram (IE 1333 mhz single channel). Now they can just give them the whole package and OEMs have no excuse for blowing APU performance by using the wrong ram.

What do you mean when you say artificially limited?I am not sure what you mean when you are talking about coolers either, I run my 2600k with a *cheap hyper 212+.
Edited by IBooNI - 5/12/13 at 4:52pm
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post #18 of 21
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What do you mean when you say artificially limited?I am not sure what you mean when you are talking about coolers either, I run my 2600k with a *cheap hyper 212+.

Well when using an APU the inbuilt GPU uses the RAM available, now if this RAM is say 1333 MHz it stifles the performance of the GPU...because the RAM is slower than say GDDR 5.

The issue is OEM PC manufacturers really only use 1333 MHz DDR 3 RAM in their mainstream machines, now if they use the APU with this the performance isn't there because of the slow ram that the GPU is accessing.
post #19 of 21
I recall seeing this, interesting laptop:

http://www.amazon.com/ASUS-A53SD-TS71-750GB-NVIDIA-Laptop/dp/B0072VQHM0

Yeah, i7, with a GT 610m GPU, at $1300... I'm fairly sure the i7's IGP matches the 610m's performance. But I guess it doesn't really matter because the two customers gave it a 5-star review.


A constant reminder that just because you have a great product, doesn't mean the folks building with them aren't going to pick odd choices.

And it's going to stay that way when your average customer only knows that an i7 is better than an i3, and not know that an i3 is already perfectly sufficient for web browsing, movies, and MS Office.
Edited by A Bad Day - 5/12/13 at 8:45pm
post #20 of 21
wow amd cut a huge deal this one yes they did...
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