Because they have DDR4 & AM4 for about 4 gens of users potentially upgrading to *3d Vcache processors. They don't really need to have DDR4 support on AM5, I'm also guessing with IF (revisions) it's best they go with DDR5 & leave the older slower tech for a "lesser" platform!Why would it not bite AMD in the ass if when they release AM5 as DDR5 only and DDR5
One of the most debated questions surrounding AMD's AM4 platform has been the lack of support for AMD's Ryzen 5000-series CPUs on the company's 300-series chipsets. Now, in an interview with Tom's Hardware, AMD's Corporate VP and GM of the Client Channel business, David McAfee, has thrown some...
Based on what exactly? You haven't presented any arguments yourselfMake sense when you are going to criticize somebody, your whole post smells of crap.
Just that this will be cheaper, that will be better so on & so forth ~ you haven't said anything (technical) supporting your arguments besides the pricing thing! And DDR5 availability is only going to increase, substantially in fact.
SK hynix today announced that it has shipped samples of 24 Gigabit (Gb) DDR5* DRAM with the industry's largest density for a single DRAM chip. The announcement of SK hynix releasing the industry's largest density DDR5 chip comes in just 14 months after the Company became the first to release...