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Does a graphics card have to have the same clock clock frequency as processor and RAM?

Hello, my friend is trying to find components for a custom gaming computer, and something came up.
He is getting a 1333/1600mhz processor, RAM and motherboard, and we where wondering whether we had to get a graphics card of the same frequency.
We are getting a Intel® Core™ i5-4440 Processor, Intel® Desktop Board DB85FL, and a 8GB Module - DDR3 1600MHz kingston Ram.
Another question: What specs do a power supply and the rest of the components have to share in order to be compatible?
Sorry this is our first time making a computer.
Does it matter if what frequency the graphics card has?
Also could you recommend me a graphics card for a PCI-E 3.0 16X slot? (compatible with other components), for £50-80
Thanks in advance :)
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    No two totally separate items. Vram is only for the GPU to process and system ram the CPU.
    HD7770 http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/part/his-video-card-h777f1g2m
  2. Thanks :)
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