Originally Posted by MrJava
Where are you getting these figures from, lol?
AMD already has products for 2H 2014 with DDR4 support (their Seattle ARM server chip). AMD has a lot of incentive to move to DDR4 very quickly and Intel will likely push DDR4 adoption as well. Not to mention LPDDR4 looks likely for various cellphones and tablets next year.
I realize that, but it's not really a consumers market for DDR4. I imagine the revised edition of Kevari will have all that, the Richland of the Trinity so to speak. Didn't even have to wait a whole year. Probably will be an FM3 board in preperation for next years chips supporting old Kevari and it's revised.
Originally Posted by yawa
- BTW the reason I'm predicting more than two modules on at least one type of this APU is it just seems weird to me that both consoles have 8 core CPUs and as such AMD will likely push heavily for the devs to multi-thread their games as much as possible. So for them to suddenly go ahead and not offer any of those 4 module options for upcoming PC builds when a big part of this whole "locking up the consoles" strategy would seem to me to be to take advantage of quick, optimized, AMD compiled and favored PC ports going forward.
Which again, just seems weird.-
I wouldn't assume it'll be an immediate product. Like my thoughts before perhaps a revised version, after all Desktop chips have to worry about temps.