High-End DDR3 Memory on the Hook

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DDR2 saw the exact same growing pains when it was first introduced. It wasnt any better then DDR1 in the beginning, only much more expensive. DDR3 will go through the same growing pains. It will get faster and cheaper. I think the real turning point will be when Intel puts a memory controller on the die of the cpu. Then DDR3 will really shine. And I'm not sure but I bet when that happens DDR3 will be a requirement.

AMD is going to be majorly bummin when Intel put on-the-die memory controller. AMD is so far behind in the performance now that once they loose thier only saving grace(major memory performance) they are gonna be totally screwed. They better keep thier fingers crossed and hope they can retain fanboi loyalty bacause Intel is going to pummel AMD into bolivia!
 

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