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Intel could crush RMBS at will.

Remember however, they have designed RMBS support right into their chipset.

Would you, if you were INTEL undergo re-design re-testing, etc. when you have a product that you know will scale to 3.2G. I even believe I saw 6.4G somewhere.

Right now, at least RMBS gives Intel a head start over AMD IMO on chip to memory performance. They would not give this away lightly.

I have no idea what the other memory is that you mentioned. But Rambus license is on chip to memory interface. Someone please comment on what this other memory is, and whether or not Rambus patents might apply.

Remember, we still have not seen a verdict on Hitachi lawsuit. If this settles in RMBS favor, type of memory may be irrelevant.

Speculation, but the longer it takes Hitachi to reply to Rambus charges, the more likely a deal is in the works. Comments on this legal aspect Tinker?
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