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Does this have any adverse affect with my DDR2 RAM?
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the memory associated with your graphics card is completely seperate from your RAM....graphics card memory is there for the sole purpose of moving graphics related info away from your RAM and into the graphics card where it belongs...your ram and the graphics card's memory never speak to each other so it's not a problem
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the graphics card ram is completely seperate from your regular ram...they don't interact so there's no conflict
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Thanks for the quick response. I was unsure about the relation between the two.
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