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How much memory do i really need to max the performance of this built GPU Radeon HD 7560D ???

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August 10, 2013 11:25:28 PM

Radeon HD 7560D:-
Since the GPU doesn't have dedicated memory, the bandwidth will depend on the system ram speed which can be up to 1866MHz (the max speed supported by the CPU). Therefore, the max memory speed is 933MHz.

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How much memory do i really need..??
8GB DDR3 1600MHz memory would be fine or not? :??: 

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August 10, 2013 11:33:37 PM

As you mentioned, performance is more dependent on bandwidth and latency than capacity. 8GB is fine.
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August 10, 2013 11:35:40 PM

Faster would likely be better, but 8Gb would be plenty as I assume it can be allocated manually, where 7gb/1gb ish would be good
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August 11, 2013 12:00:49 AM

Pinhedd said:
As you mentioned, performance is more dependent on bandwidth and latency than capacity. 8GB is fine.


I don't understand more memory is needed here or MHz for max performance?
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August 11, 2013 2:37:56 AM

umer24 said:
Pinhedd said:
As you mentioned, performance is more dependent on bandwidth and latency than capacity. 8GB is fine.


I don't understand more memory is needed here or MHz for max performance?


It's not necessarily a linear solution. Since you're using an APU I would recommend 8GiB as being a healthy amount of memory. Go with 16GiB if you can afford it, but not if it would mean sacrificing IO bandwidth.

16GiB of DDR3-1866 if possible, but 8GiB of DDR3-1866 if not.
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August 11, 2013 4:45:28 AM

Pinhedd said:
umer24 said:
Pinhedd said:
As you mentioned, performance is more dependent on bandwidth and latency than capacity. 8GB is fine.


I don't understand more memory is needed here or MHz for max performance?


It's not necessarily a linear solution. Since you're using an APU I would recommend 8GiB as being a healthy amount of memory. Go with 16GiB if you can afford it, but not if it would mean sacrificing IO bandwidth.

16GiB of DDR3-1866 if possible, but 8GiB of DDR3-1866 if not.


will 8GB DDR3-1600 work good?
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August 11, 2013 2:18:42 PM

umer24 said:
Pinhedd said:
umer24 said:
Pinhedd said:
As you mentioned, performance is more dependent on bandwidth and latency than capacity. 8GB is fine.


I don't understand more memory is needed here or MHz for max performance?


It's not necessarily a linear solution. Since you're using an APU I would recommend 8GiB as being a healthy amount of memory. Go with 16GiB if you can afford it, but not if it would mean sacrificing IO bandwidth.

16GiB of DDR3-1866 if possible, but 8GiB of DDR3-1866 if not.


will 8GB DDR3-1600 work good?


Sure. Not as well as DDR3-1866, especially since that memory has to serve a CPU and a GPU.
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