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post #811 of 10602
John this is nice stuff but will it run Crysis 2? Oh wait...


Just messing with you, looks promising, best of luck
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AMD is only supporting BD on AM3+ sockets.
ASUS says some of its AM3 MBs can run a BD after a BIOS update, but at some reduced capacity compared to a real AM3+ MB.
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AMD is only supporting BD on AM3+ sockets.
We all know what AMD's position is, but the real question is, does a BD chip fit in a AM3 socket board ?
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ASUS says some of its AM3 MBs can run a BD after a BIOS update, but at some reduced capacity compared to a real AM3+ MB.
That doesn't mean I'm wrong.
post #815 of 10602
I'm curious when AM4 will be released. If the extended release of AM3+ means a longer wait for AM4 or if it means a shorter one.

AM2 May 2006
1 year 5 months

AM2+ Oct 2007
1 year 4 months

AM3 Feb 2009
2 years 5 monts

AM3+ Jun/Jul 2011
? years ? months

AM4 ?
    
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AM4 = DDR4
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post #817 of 10602
Well Samsung have already started producing DDR4 RAM Modules so... My guess is for DDR4 to be released as top end probably next year or so. Maybe with IVy Bridge and a Bulldozer Revision for AM4. Wonder what the new chipset will be called as we are awaiting the 990 chipset. Whats after that?

They will be in contact with mobo and CPU manufacturers to use the new tech so my guess is that production has already started for paving the way for DDR4.

Oh no the high CL timings
post #818 of 10602
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While memory companies are starting to sample DDR4, it is still going to be several years before we get DDR4 in boards.

Plus, you have to consider that the first DDR4 is going to be slower than DDR3. So, you don't get widespread integration until later. People don't like to pay more for to get less, even though it has a "4" at the end.
post #819 of 10602
Why ddr4 and not straight to ddr5 like video cards?
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different technologies
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