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Hi guys :hello:
Im building my first pc. and i am kinda stuck with compatible thing

Motherboard = ASUS P8Z68-V PRO/GEN3

Ram=GSKILL 8GB DDR3 1600MHZ RIPJAWS X (F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL)


Graphic card=Asus NVIDIA GTX 560 Ti Direct CUII 1 GB DDR5


the graphic card says it's DDR5 and my ram is DDR3

will there be any compatibility issues ?
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    The graphics card has GDDR5 memory connected to the GPU on the graphics card. The CPU of your computer is connected to the DDR3 system memory. The two memories have different purposes and should never talk to each other in any way. No, they have no compatibility problem because they are not related components.
  2. blazorthon said:
    The graphics card has GDDR5 memory connected to the GPU on the graphics card. The CPU of your computer is connected to the DDR3 system memory. The two memories have different purposes and should never talk to each other in any way. No, they have no compatibility problem because they are not related components.


    Thanks dude.
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