Intel CPUs could see up to 20% performance gains from AMD’s smart memory tech


AMD recently introduced the nifty Smart Access Memory (SAM) feature with its latest hardware, but we already know that this performance boosting tech will work with Intel products too – and apparently very well, seemingly with even better results than AMD has seen thus far.

SAM is currently (at least officially) exclusive to AMD’s new Big Navi graphics cards and Ryzen 5000 CPUs (with 500-series motherboards, so all the newest kit basically), but wider support is coming, not just for older AMD hardware, but also Intel CPUs as mentioned, as well as Nvidia graphics cards.




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