AMD plans to release three total tiers of memory labeled Entertainment (Entry level), Performance (Gaming), and Radeon (Enthusiast) this year. These memory kits are built with AMD in mind, but don’t really take full advantage of their brand namesake. Well things are about to change with AMD’s new AMP (AMD Memory Profiles).
The AMD Overdrive utility has a dedicated section for B.E.M.P. (Black Edition Memory Profiles) which would allow the on-die profiles of various memory kits to conform to AMD tested specs and improve performance. The problem was finding a memory kit that actually had B.E.M.P. support. Well now AMD is going in a different direction with AMP supported by motherboards to conform any RAM to AMD specs.
I have a feeling the missing Radeon AMD Memory kits should be released around the same time as Trinity as well with full AMP support of course. Since you seem to be listening to me AMD, the key words for Trinity release is “bundled discounts.”