Hello... From my understanding(please tell me if im wrong) the RAM clock frequency(and FSB) relates to the maximum data you can transfer not the actual speed or time it takes the signal to physical move from the RAM to the CPU... which leads me to ask how much do modern PC games depend on this "burst" of data...
is there a practical max to the RAM/FSB frequency... where increasing doesnt make a difference for gaming?
....assuming the CPU clock is the same by adjusting multipliers
More aboutpractical speed gaming
The diference is small. For the actual games and aplications you need more RAM ...now 4gb RAM is the minimum,The optimal is 8gb RAM.