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Pemalite said: Once you hit 1GB of used capacity on each chip, then you can only start filling up the 2GB chips... And this is when you switch from clamshell mode to non-clamshell mode on the 2GByte chips on both channels, putting the 1GByte chips onto high impedance. As you say, it is really very complicated implementing such shenanigans and I doubt they are going to implement...
Pemalite said: From what I saw of Scarlett, it seems Microsoft will be using a mix of 2GB and 1GB chips, so we can assume 24GB is in for Scarlett... However, 8GB of that will only operate at half the bandwidth, so if Scarlett employs 14Gbps GDDR6 on a 256bit bus, then that last 8GB will be 224GB/s of bandwidth whilst the rest of the 16GB is 448GB/s.It does mean we are probably looking at...
VAMatt said: Ka-pi96 said: mm? Does that mean "million million"? MM refers to a thousand thousand, as M is the Roman numeral for 1000. MM was the standard way of indicating a million, as far as I knew, until the last decade or so. I think most people just use a single M now. I sometimes still use MM though. I've never seen MM over here...
Occupation: Physicist. Industry consultant
Education: PhD Physics
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