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The hallmark technology of the Radeon X300 SE is its HyperMemory RAM. Despite its fast-sounding name, HyperMemory is actually a significant bottleneck in the card's performance. The card boasts just 32MB of dedicated RAM, and it accesses a chunk of your PC's main memory over the PCI Express (PCIe) bus to effect a full 128MB frame buffer. While this technique has real economic benefits, it results in performance that fails to match that of cards with a full complement of dedicated onboard memory. And because of the drain on your system memory, we wouldn't recommend installing it in a PC that has less than 512MB of system memory to ensure smooth operation of regular Windows applications, let alone games.
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