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MSI will Encourage Resizable BAR across Intel and AMD motherboards, even Threadripper

MSI stated it will support Nvidia’s unsexy-sounding, yet performance-boosting PCIe Resizable BAR attribute across many of its AMD and Intel-based motherboards.Enabling PCIe Resizable BAR is a way to permit the technology underpinning AMD’s new Smart Access Memory feature on Nvidia and Intel hardware, too. Smart Access Memory gives AMD Ryzen 5000 CPUs full accessibility to a Radeon RX 6000-series GPU’s memory, and this may provide varying degrees of additional performance, as we found in our Radeon RX 6900 XT testing. Since Smart Access Memory is based on Resizable BAR, activating it on Intel motherboards must offer similar performance advantages, while Nvidia said Resizable BAR service is arriving to GeForce GPUs, which ought to work with any compatible CPU/motherboard combination.  To see this article in full, please click here
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