On 7/16/2013 2:12 PM, Alan Cox wrote:
... The Haswell line of CPUs is widely reported to
support DIMMs twice as large, and it's due in September.  That would
make the systems of late 2013 hold up to 1536GB of memory.

I'd point you at stuff like the Supermicro X8BQ6 series of mainboards.
QP E5-8800 systems with 1 TB of memory have been around since 2011.

That might have been true, but I did check SuperMicro's
"motherboard matrix" of available products before posting.

The largest listed memory configuration on
any of their current products is 768GB.



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