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Is AMD Clearing Stock in Anticipation for the 12nm Zen+ April Update? Prices are dropping.

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Feb 26, 2018.

  1. ubercake

    ubercake Master Guru

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    I'm still rocking the DDR3 1600. Even with quad-channel, it doesn't beat any data rate of the dual-channel DDR4.
     
  2. DeskStar

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    Right on i was well aware of the standings of the M.2 and how it works. If you were to be truly specific about them there "bridges" (north/south) then you'd have mentioned that Intel has gimped their entire line as of late with far less superior throughput of that of AMD's offerings on their threadripper platform.

    Intel shot themselves in the foot with limited PCI-E lanes in their CPU's and relying on the boards chipset to take up the slack. Which doesn't even come close to what is truly achievable with dedicated PCI-E lanes all on the CPU.

    Link here at guru.

    http://www.guru3d.com/news-story/eight-nvme-m2-ssds-in-raid-on-x399-threadripper-reach-28-gbs.html

    Some people have some videos up of their x299 and then trying to raid even four to five of these together and not even able to saturate the drives to what three of them should produce regarding throughput.

    Intel's sorry offering from this guy's setup....



    Just doesn't compare what so ever...
     

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