High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Socket G3 Memory
Extender or in short G3MX is Advanced Micro Devices' solution to
the problem of connecting large amounts of memory to a single
microprocessor. The G3MX was expected to be available on future AMD
800S series chipset for server market starting from 2009, but was
officially cancelled together with the cancellation of Socket G3 in
early 2008. Electrical limitations preclude connecting more than 2
unbuffered DDR SDRAM DIMMs or 4 buffered DIMMs to a single shared
bus. It is also impractical to manufacture a single chip with more
than two DDR memory buses (channels). Thus, it is impossible to
connect more than 8 DIMMs to a single chip. This is typically the
per-processor limitation as well.
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