http://www.oxm.co.uk/59251/features/...gamers/?page=1 PC type split RAM would be one pool for GPU and one pool for CPU like the PS3. Thats not how PS4 or X1 are set up. So no, its not like a PC. Good explanation here in this thread from acrillycaltair. http://www.psu.com/forums/showthread...-of-RAM/page18
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Last edited by mistercrow; 07-30-2013 at 20:03.
MS is splitting the memory between O/S.
MS's solution is more like having two computers. (Hard to explain if you haven't used Hyper-V).
But the bus is shared between the CPU's and the GPU and the memory.
The way MS is splitting/reserving memory is hte same as SOnsy splitting/reserving memory for the O/S.
That's a software thing.
I'm talking about a hardware thing.
If I am understanding correctly, it's selectable in the software how much goes where, much like you can dedicate RAM to a GPU in a laptop that has shared memory in it's BIOS.
The surest sign that you are on the right side of a debate is when you find yourself against those who are stuck in the past. It is they whom have no future.
As Cerny has said he wants it to be really easy to work with initially, and initially it does, it looks and acts like a PC. But once you scratch the surface, a whole new (ok lets not beat around the bush it's a cousin to the Cell idea) way of working opens up.
Last edited by mynd; 07-30-2013 at 21:09.
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