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Monday, 28 November 2011 10:35

AMD rolls out memory module line in US

Written by Fudzilla staff



Three flavours, underwhelming spec


AMD has officially rolled out its first branded memory modules for the North American market.

The chipmaker believes the move will take the guesswork out of memory selection and offer consumers a straightforward experience when looking for ideal memory modules for their rigs.

However, enthusiasts may find themselves disappointed as the new modules won’t exactly cater to their needs. The cheapest entertainment series runs at 1333MHz or 1600MHz, Performance series modules are clocked at 1600MHz, while Radeon edition modules run at 1866MHz. AMD will offer three different capacities, 2GB, 4GB and 8GB.

The new modules will be available through all major retailers in the US and Canada.

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-23 #1 faildozzer 2011-11-28 12:03
will they perform similary to $hitdozzer?
then amd fags will be in heaven,just because its red an have name radeon :D :D :D
P.S.cant wait when dan-amd-fagbot returns :D
 
 
+10 #2 distinctively 2011-11-28 12:39
Quoting faildozzer :
will they perform similary to $hitdozzer?
then amd fags will be in heaven,just because its red an have name radeon :D :D :D
P.S.cant wait when dan-amd-fagbot returns :D


I'm so glad you're posting here. You've set a new standard of intelligence for everyone to look up to. Those clever little changes in words must make your mother proud. It's the perfect language for a tech site.
 
 
+6 #3 Deanjo 2011-11-28 13:28
This really is a dumb move on AMDs part. The rest of the world is already screaming about how there is no money in RAM and now AMD wants to rebadge and get into that market. They aren't going to make any money off of it and instead should have started a proper endorsement campaign of existing offerings out there.
 
 
+4 #4 John_Doe 2011-11-28 13:31
Quoting faildozzer :
will they perform similary to $hitdozzer?
then amd fags will be in heaven,just because its red an have name radeon :D :D :D
P.S.cant wait when dan-amd-fagbot returns :D


Looks like the trolls are back... Well, it was nice while it lasted.
 
 
-1 #5 godrilla 2011-11-28 14:03
While intel focuses on cpu, storage and lightpeak. ( all in crazy demand)
Nvidia focuses on gpu, server, and mids for mobile ( for growth)

AMD is investing in memory? This seems so stupid to me. Everyday I'm loosing the little credibility this company has.
 
 
+3 #6 nt300 2011-11-28 14:09
This was already in the pipeline within AMD even before the new CEO joined in. It was too costly for AMD to turn its back on this scenario. So for now they will continue this business.
Personally I would have scrapped this regardless of cost and instead try and get companies such as Corsair and G Skill to use the AMD logo on their heat spreaders.
 
 
-2 #7 godrilla 2011-11-28 14:17
Quoting nt300:
This was already in the pipeline within AMD even before the new CEO joined in. It was too costly for AMD to turn its back on this scenario. So for now they will continue this business.
Personally I would have scrapped this regardless of cost and instead try and get companies such as Corsair and G Skill to use the AMD logo on their heat spreaders.

So AMD's ram is a generic brand lol. You don't see corsair making arm cpu or gpus even though I and many other would give corsair gpu a try.
 
 
+3 #8 majorpayne 2011-11-28 14:49
Quoting faildozzer :
will they perform similary to $hitdozzer?
then amd fags will be in heaven,just because its red an have name radeon :D :D :D
P.S.cant wait when dan-amd-fagbot returns :D


The idiots now return. Another alternick eh Warriordiot kid/gay_fist/Fagbot?
 
 
+2 #9 dicobalt 2011-11-28 16:15
There is no such thing as performance DDR3. You get almost no performance increase from anything over DDR1333.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/2792/10

People who pay big money for supposedly faster RAM are wasting their cash.
 
 
+2 #10 hoohoo 2011-11-28 17:33
Quoting godrilla:
Quoting nt300:
This was already in the pipeline within AMD ...

So AMD's ram is a generic brand lol. You don't see corsair making arm cpu or gpus even though I and many other would give corsair gpu a try.


Just product placement. I recall seeing RAM with some kind of 'timings optimized for Nvidia' branding a while back. I don't know if it moved any product.

I don't think AMD will be fabbing the RAM, so I cannot see the point: compatibility is not w huge huge problem right now.
 

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