- Oct 16, 2019
Buddy, I'm going to have to ask you to think real hard about how percentages work. Because I can assure you that that 958 DDR4 and 437 LPDDR4X is not a 50-50 split or even close to one. Mental maths tells me that's more like a 65-35 split?45.616%
Nothing about the 12% percentage, this was my main point. Is this a good number in your book? AMD has a very low LPDDR4 volume, there is a big question mark about LPDDR5.
And again, AMD's main volume in thin and light designs has been in budget and midrange devices. LPDDR4X is not something you find in the former, the latter is a split between DDR4 and LPDDR4X.
It's a test bench. Using literally whatever lies around is very normal. There have been countless Vermeer/Comet Lake/Rocket Lake/Matisse ES runs using like barebones DDR4-2133MHz, when did that ever mean anything?Testing hardware they won't use in the shipping product, makes completely sense. You cannot know if this is just for testing, this a a random guess from your side.
Iirc Samsung only began production of LPDDR5-6400 late last year. Up until then it was LPDDR5-5500 only. So frankly idk what you're talking about.This is exactly my point. All existing modules are basically rated 6400, they are just downclocked. You cannot compare DDR5 with LPDDR5.