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ddr3 will be on amd motherboards?

amd used ddr not ddr2 I think amd will used ddr3?

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Is this a statrement? A question? Advice?

In reply to: ram?

Whats your point???

The MCH for the 64 Bit AMD's are part of the CPU chip, and used DDR. Twould take a new CPU chip design to go to different type memory.

Are you giving us advance news that they will go to something called DDR3 and come out with new CPU's???

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yah i heard the same thing

In reply to: Is this a statrement? A question? Advice?

i dont know where i read it but he is right. amd is supposedly skipping ddr2 all togethher and moving straight to ddr3.


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Skipping DDR2 definitely makes

In reply to: yah i heard the same thing

sense if DDR 3 is really coming. That'll force new mobos for any of the DDR3 AMD's.

That has to be an economic decision because changing memory type to either forces a new CPU design, which is very costly, especially when they have such a gem now.

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