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Posted 18 January 2009 - 11:10 PM
Posted 19 January 2009 - 03:37 AM
No. Not for the reason of the respective memory's clock speed anyway. The memory is in a different place, on a different bus and is often a different type of memory anyway (eg system memory DDR2, graphics memory GDDR3) maybe running on a different bus width. So you can't directly rate the consequences of the relative clock speeds, and they don't conflict with each other.
If my CPU's FSB is 533MHz and the GPU/core clock speed of the video card I'm wanting to buy is 800MHz, is there a potential for problems/conflict/bottlenecking because the GPU is faster than the FSB? Do I need to limit my choices to video cards that have GPU speeds of 533MHz or less?
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