Posted 30 March 2009 - 05:09 PM
If you have a fast CPU but not much memory the CPU will be drastically slowed due to a lack of memory.
That is "bottlenecked"
[The neck o0f a bottle is much smaller then the actualy bottle & restricts the flow]
If you have a fast CPU but really slow memory that woll also cause a "bottleneck" .
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