Topic Title: Help AMD sell APU chips and RAM
Topic Summary: Faster RAM sells APU
Created On: 05/10/2013 03:56 AM
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 05/10/2013 03:56 AM
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dreamer77dd
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As we all know that faster RAM makes AMD APU chips look better on benchmark and over all performance.

Why not sell AMD RAM for cheap with very high speed RAM to go with AMD APU chips.

You buy are APU Chips and it will come with very high performing RAM to complement it.

I do not know why I would buy AMD RAM if i do not get any benefits from it but the logo.

I will just buy it from another company.

64GB of RG2133 why is this not happening, hope soon.

Bootable RAMdisk.

Fast RAM, GPU, and CPU all in one package from AMD great deal.

I would buy that and be happy.

What do others think?

I think AMD is kind of doing this but could be done better.

hmm.

 

 

 



Edited: 05/10/2013 at 06:06 AM by dreamer77dd
 05/10/2013 09:15 AM
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Because it's just rebranded Corsair or Crucial or some other module which usually comes with higher latency?

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 05/30/2013 10:25 PM
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Having 64GB of RAM won't do much, it's the speed of the RAM that makes the huge difference. 8GB clocked at 1866 or higher is ideal. People have OC'd decent sticks to 2400 and above with stability.

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