Did I read the article on the home page correctly? Intel will phase out Rambus memory in their chipset designs? Well, that kinda sucks. I was actually considering migrating away from AMD (pending Hammer's results of course) to the Intel because of the better memory performance with PC1066 and the 533 fsb. It seems this is a mistake for Intel: One of the big factors in Intel's current performance lead on the Athlon is due to the better memory bandwidth (of course the big difference in clockspeed does help too) with RDRAM. While DDR is fast, Intel will not do as good anymore I think. Am I way off on this, or am I reading it correctly?