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It is true that for the AM2 chipset (DDR2) and early on in the AM3 (DDR3) chipset era, AMD supported higher density RAM than Intel did. Intel started supporting the higher density RAM, but I can't find the exact chipset on which it was introduced. Essentially AMD provided an additional physical address line per RAM page (11 vs. std 10) which doubles the ...



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