Has anyone seen anything about sideport memory on FM1/Llano? This is something I've been interested in for some time, because it could be pretty awesome. One would *think* it could be connected through HyperTransport. My memory is fuzzy, but iirc it's spec is currently 32-bit/25.6gbps. That would mean that GDDR5 could be connected at up to 6400mhz to saturate it; 10% less than spec for 7Gbps and something very in tune with how AMD sets memory clocks. I don't know how well GDDR3/5 play together, but that opens up the possibility to play nice with discrete cards using cheap low-power (3200mhz) GDDR5 on a 64-bit or 1600mhz GDDR3 on a 128-bit bus (if bandwidth/timing parity is what is needed, and the '4x' clock of GDDR5 could be used in conjunction with the '2x' clock of GDDR3). At any rate, with GDDR5 currently being 2Gb, and the power of the APU being as it is, no more than 2 chips would really be needed (512MB), although I could see the appeal for 4. Paired with a similar 512MB/1GB card like Redwood/Turks or even a small, low-power next-gen SI part, you could have a pretty bad-ass solution for resolutions that don't require 1Gb of VMEM (ie laptops or 'regular' non-1080p/+ consumer desktops) or perhaps even decent gaming at 1080p if they do end up going 1GB. Going forward with higher density/speed and/or lower power RAM, more and/or faster HT links along with process improvements allowing greater GPU power within the APU, this kind of low-end crossfire could easily become a very formidable good-enough solution for the mass consumer...Even catapulting laptops out of their second-rate funk for gaming...at conceivably a low-cost to boot. We shall see how it unfolds, but there is a truly exciting convergence/transformation of the PC platform emerging.