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new Threadripper 3900 memory access modes?



 
 
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Old December 3rd 19, 08:58 AM posted to alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt
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Default new Threadripper 3900 memory access modes?

I read a review at wccftech, which has this intriguing sentence:

With memory access modes, users can select between UMA (maximum memory bandwidth) and NUMA (lowest latency) modes.

So what is going on? I guess there are 2 memory controllers which are
married to a CPU die, but can be linked to act like a shared memory beast.
 




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