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please do! lol AMD will have to keep up on their own.. id love to see a 10 fold increase in the price of cpu's from today to tomorrow!
Fixed.
Damn Intel fanboy.

Would be a godsend for small computers (UMPCs/sublaptops) and consoles, but unless the ram was still expandable it wont make much head way in the upgradable PC market.
    
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I don't think the post about the L4 cache was correct... I'm thinking from my read that this WOULD be the cache... 1, 2, 3, and whatever else, all as one!
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I don't think the post about the L4 cache was correct... I'm thinking from my read that this WOULD be the cache... 1, 2, 3, and whatever else, all as one!
Definitely not. Even if this proves to be faster and cheaper than SRAM, the hierarchy would remain.
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The hierarchy is there for a reason which is to provide each processor with it's own cache for faster access.
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When it happens, it'll make quite a gap between itself and current technology. Moving the DRAM right next to the Processor reduces a lot of interconnect space, thus reducing latency, thus increasing performance, and efficiency due to the loss of interconnect space.

It'll be BIG, in a metaphorical sense of course
    
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