Johan Kryger Haglert said:
dragonsqrrl: So why you say 8 GB in total when it's obviously 14 GB?
If I had a guess it could had been 2 GB DDR for the network processor, 8 GB GDR for the APU and another 4 GB GDR especially for the graphics part of the APU. At first.
Ummm... honestly not following anything you wrote here. How is it obviously 14GB? A lot of people here don't seem to understand the difference between a GB and a Gb, mixing them up and using them interchangeably. 1B = 8b. There are 16 GDDR5 chips (8 on each side of the mobo) that run over a 256-bit bus. Each of those 16 chips is 4Gb or 512MB for a total of 8GB. And like InvalidError said, it's 256MB of DDR3, not 2GB.