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Originally Posted by Darkstalker420 View Post

Wish AMD would "warm over" one of the APU chipsets and throw two DDR4 slots along with two DDR3 (obviously the APU would need a DDR4 memory controller). But i think they did something similar when we went from AM2 to AM3.

Would be a good "halfway" house system imho. Use your DDR3 until speeds ramp up. THEN throw in some nice DDR4 3000+ and give that APU the bandwidth it deserves.

Thanx.

If I recall correctly that was not the case in AM2->AM3 transition. Phenom II had both DDR2 and DDR3 controllers, but motherboards could only use one memory type. So you could plug Phenom II into your old AM2 mobo (and I did just than back in the 2010 biggrin.gif), but you had to use DDR2 then. Upgrading to DDR3 meant replacing mobo.
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Cl15? lachen.gif

I want some CL9 DDR3 3000


...this is Registered RAM..... rolleyes.gif
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...this is Registered RAM..... rolleyes.gif

I know smile.gif
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Your reason doesn't make sense. DDR doesn't offer lower latency than either DDR2 or DDR3, so I'm not really sure why you say it would be better if latency were the only consideration.

I'm talking about the individual latencies of memory operations, not the overall memory of the RAM when the speed is factored in.
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