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AMD to Drag Socket FM2+ On Till 2016

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Jul 25, 2014.

  1. anolesoul

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    What a mistake AMD is making! Intel is taking the lead with supporting DDR4,with motherboards that support DDR4 along with their MOST expense CPU(Top-end)(to support that new chip-set)..a "5 figure amount"(has been rumored,and probably right),for their eight-core!

    NOW...what "choice" does "any one" have---"if" they want to get DDR4 memory?!?!?!




     
  2. Shambles1980

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    amd really isnt aiming for enthusiasts anymore (atleast not right now)
     
  3. anolesoul

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    I would have to "totally" agree.
     
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    The biggest mistake for AMD would have been, with empty pockets and an architecture that didn't performed as expected, to try to keep up with Intel.
    The only thing they can and they should do with no money is, if possible, to add more cores on the FM2+ socket, bring that *&^%&$^#^&*^(* A8-7600 in the market and stop trolling us, and maybe add a few Beema models to the AM1 socket. Everything else needs time and money. I would love to see an HBM Carrizo, but don't know if it is possible before 2016. As for DDR4 on the AMD platform? For how many is this a viable combination? 0.1% of the market?
     
  5. eidairaman1

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    Go back to your cave...

    Amd in 2015 will start coming out with ddr 4 parts.
     

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