Benchmarks: Gaming Performance
As you can see, memory bandwidth is not a limiting factor for real-world gaming performance and it never really has been. Justifying over $400 for this FlexXLC memory will be hard for most to do. Even with the slight processor frequency advantage, the FlexXLC was no slower at 1600x1200 as the graphics card was the limiting factor here. However, the ultra low 800x600 resolution did favor the FlexXLC, but of course this is irrelevant as no-one is ever going to play today’s games at these resolutions with such hardware.
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