witch of these specs are most important when it comes time to choose video cards? pixel pipelines video memory (size) memory type (ddr, ddr2, ddr3, ect) memory clock (in MHz) memory bus/interface (in bits) memory bandwidth (per second) shader clock (in MHz) gpu core clock (in MHz) ok, i may have missed a few, let me know if i did. here is what i think, memory type and memory clock are very important. memory bus and bandwidth are also very important. from my experience, the gpu core clock isnt as big as the manufactures are making it to be, from 400MHz to 675MHz there is only a few frames per second difference for me on my machine. and only 100points or so added in the 3DMark score aswell. shader clock i would imagine should be atleast 1k or higher but im not sure. no clue about pixel pipelines or stream proccesors. fill me in on this part. and memory size, i think 256 seems to be the standard starting point. to be honest, from my 128mb card to my 512mb card, i dont see a differnce worth noting. fill me in on what specs are worth looking in to since im kinda clueless here. thanks for any support.