If AMD read fine if they don't I made my part.
Intel besides triple channel will soon launch serial channel memory architecture, meaning 1 channel per memory slot and that won't stop with 4 channels, so AMD better don't think that their quadruple channel tech is going to be enough.
Make CrossFire cards to work as a single multi-core, memory-shared video subsystem, without duplicating the 3D application in video memory. IMHO that duplicates bandwidth on the PCI-E bus. Why not unify all video cards (GPUs+Memories) in a single logical subsytem so GPUs can cooperate and work on the same application and simply each video card memory would increase the video memory addressable space, will improve performance helping each other and since the data is not duplicated for each video card efficiency would be even greater.
Design a way that SMBus hardware can monitor the buses (Memory channels, PCI-E, Hyper-Link, South Bridge, etc) transfer rates so system monitoring apps can see how well is the system performing and where bottle necks are. Also to detect how many unattended request have been lost because of the bottle necks. Rating could be evaluated to replace PC components for others that would have a rating to fit the need of that system to perform without any lag.
Why is the North-Bridge 16-bit wide? why not 128-bit wide? this width has been sustained since for ever, I don't understand it.
Latest Chipsets dedicate 32X to the PCI-E Bus, no matter how many slots it has, why not give each graphics PCI-E slot 16X, since today max is 4 why not make the Chipsets give 64X to run each PCI-E graphic slot @16X?
Why only 2 separate GPUs in latests AMD graphics cards? why not multi-core GPUs on a single video card? I thought by now AMD would have launched 2 GPUs with 4 cores each... why are GPUs not following CPUs pace? the latest ATI card has only 2 GPUs as a big deal...
Is there any work on progress about this ideas? they're not revolutionary at all so they should have been implemented long ago, I'm a Electronics Engineering student and I thought about them, I'm sure AMD Engineers have and even better ideas, have they? so why they don't implement those ideas?...
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