As you know, the memory in normal dedicated cards is error correcting to some extant (mabey not exactly ECC, but you know what I mean). The question is- does using ECC with a APU benifit it in any way?
On the same note. Why do GPUs use error correcting in the first place? Is it to help increase yield count and lifespan of the cards or is there some other reason?
This first question is also excluding cost and assuming that the ECC RAM in question is already 2133 (or 2400) to max out the APU speed.
Didin't know wether to put the topic here, in system building, or where ever.