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Maybe if we're lucky, by 2030 we can have quad channel memory and plentiful PCIe lanes on all platforms

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Maybe if we're lucky, by 2030 we can have quad channel memory and plentiful PCIe lanes on all platforms
Sounds like you need a work station. There are two platforms that already address this. ThreadRipper and Xeon-W.

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Sounds like you need a work station. There are two platforms that already address this. ThreadRipper and Xeon-W.
Oh I don't really need any of it, I just like to play around inside my budget and time. The long-term trend should be increasing what's available to consumers within a given budget and we've been stuck on dual channel and 16 PCIe lanes for quite a while. Just as we've seen HEDT core counts come to mainstream, other features will follow. Just a matter of time.

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It is actually the PCIe lanes that are the most important to me. If I had PCIe 4.0 devices it would be fine but I want my GPU, 40 GbE card, 900P, and 960 Pro to have their own lanes.
By right the PCIe double the bandwidth, which mean u only need half the lane as usual. But I guess current market still don't see mass adaption to PCIe 4.0 devices.

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By right the PCIe double the bandwidth, which mean u only need half the lane as usual. But I guess current market still don't see mass adaption to PCIe 4.0 devices.
didn't it just now hit market? like, this year, n on AMD's platform only.

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By right the PCIe double the bandwidth, which mean u only need half the lane as usual. But I guess current market still don't see mass adaption to PCIe 4.0 devices.
didn't it just now hit market? like, this year, n on AMD's platform only.
PCI-e 4.0 has been out for quite some time on IBM's Power 9 boards since maybe around June of 2018.

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PCI-e 4.0 has been out for quite some time on IBM's Power 9 boards since maybe around June of 2018.
While technically correct (the best kind of correct), the non-x86 enterprise market is esoteric enough to not really be relevant to the discussion I'd think.

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