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  1. #16
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    one thing to remember is that the mem controller is built into the cpu so a new chipset won't really provide access to new or faster memory. theoretically you could but latencies would be inefficiently high.

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    I know, HyperTransport is a bus technology. In old system, IO devices has to go through Northbridge to access memory, but now this job is processed via CPU itself and this is way faster than northbridge.

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