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It looked like they clocked the other card around the clock of the first. Why?

Generally you want all cards to be at the same clocks as the highest clocked card.
    
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It looked like they clocked the other card around the clock of the first. Why?
To make a story. Same as the APU hybrid CF where the whole thing was done with 1866 memory when 2133 makes a huge diff. Happens more than we would like.
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