On 5/13/18 11:57 AM, Kevin O'Gorman wrote:
>  More importantly, it uses DDR4 memory which I think means there
> are 4 channels to memory which can be used in parallel

DDR4 does NOT have 4 independent memory channels. DDR4 is the forth
generation of the Double Data Rate interface standard. DDR memory chips
only have a single channel of access to them, so can only access a
single chunk of memory at a time. Some machines may have multiple DDR
interfaces allowing them to access multiple memories in parallel, but
the accesses would need to be to different memory modules and the
different buses.

Richard Damon

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