I've gone over many other forums which have people quite ecstatic about the PS4 using GDDR5 as its main RAM bank, but I can't help but feel disturbed by it. I mean, yes, it has a much high bandwidth than DDR3, but isn't the latency on the DDR3 far lower in comparison? GPUs are able to mask the GDDR5 high latency because they are designed to work in parallel processing with its hundred upon hundreds of cores (which is why it is called "Graphic"-DDR), but with the CPU (in the case of the PS4), it only has 8 cores, and it has to deal with non-graphical components, which pretty much defines the rest of what a game makes up. It is far more linear in design than a GPU is, so wouldn't that create a possible bottleneck in that respect? People on other forums dismiss this possible bottleneck, saying that GDDR5 will work just as good on the CPU as DDR3 does, but no one has actually shown any proof of such, only saying that it does. Can anyone here clarify this argument up please?