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September 04, 2016, 01:11:29 AM
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which explicitly means to discuss about Zen and Kabylake, as far as i know few of them here talks about it, so i opened this thread to talk.

seems AMD is going all in with Zen and bringing back its glory, for me, if those claims are true, including awesome price, would that be a disaster to Intel? not to mention, AMD had been losing until Q2 2016, net income gone positive again that quarter.

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September 04, 2016, 02:42:04 AM
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What is amd making? A sound/gpu/cpu? Can you explain what is going on? I used to be a big fan of AMD back in the day with the interchangeable cpu's for the socket 7. Cant do that these days Sad

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September 04, 2016, 03:25:50 AM
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What is amd making? A sound/gpu/cpu? Can you explain what is going on? I used to be a big fan of AMD back in the day with the interchangeable cpu's for the socket 7. Cant do that these days Sad
i do not have a lot of memories about this as far as i know.
i think the Cpu is not compatible by DDR generation, while those pins are compatible IIRC; am4 has 1331 pin and am3 has only ~930,  clearly am4 has too many pins that block the am4 cpu to be in am3. nonetheless, if a am* socket supports DDR4, then your cpu will be most likely able to work in am4 socket. Huh

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