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A 512-bit CPU would be capable of addressing 384 Yottabytes. But then, so would a 89-bit CPU, wouldn't it? (talk) 10:28, 12 August 2014 (UTC)

Why the superfluous 128/256/512 bit articles[edit]

Why are these separate articles?, the content inside them is nearly identical aside from a few examples. Or why is there a need to separate all of the n-bit articles anyway? (talk) 10:49, 14 February 2015 (UTC)

GPU Examples[edit]

The Radeon HD 2900 had a 512-bit memory bus in 2007. The examples list makes it seem like ATI/AMD was a follower rather than a leader with regard to memory bus widths. Perhaps it could be made more neutral? (talk) 16:50, 24 February 2015 (UTC)