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LGA1156 Plaform and DDR3 Memory
IXBT Labs have a look at the new LGA1156 Plaform and DDR3 Memory, although greater performance was expected from DDR3-1333 support:
It's not much of a revelation, AMD processors have been using the integrated memory controller for over six years already. So we already accumulated enough information on this issue. However, Intel processors take up a much bigger share of the market (it means more users), so this change in memory operation has become important for such people only now, with the rollout of popular processors with the integrated memory controller. The LGA1366 family with its tiny share of the market (much smaller than that of various Athlons/Phenoms) couldn't possibly be such turning point. That's what LGA1156 has done. So we are not going to postpone our analysis of memory operations on this platform.
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