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Core Clock and Ram Clock
What do they mean and how important are they. What would be a good card i could get for around 150 for PCI-E x16
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Think of the graphics card as a mini computer. The core speed is the GPU, similar to a CPU. It crunches the numbers. The RAM speed is the memory speed. Since graphics cards are constantly moving data in and out of memory this is very important. When comparing similar cards, generally faster memory will improve performance more than a faster GPU.
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