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hmm good question im wondering the same thing about my x850 pro?
 

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Fast write is basically a faster way to get for the video card to recieve data because it bypasses the system memory and goes directly to the video card.<br />
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It's like a burst mode of sorts.<br />
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This function has caused instability in a number of systems and should be left off IMO.
 
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<div style="font-style:italic">Fast write is basically a faster way to get for the video card to recieve data because it bypasses the system memory and goes directly to the video card.<br />
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It's like a burst mode of sorts.<br />
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This function has caused instability in a number of systems and should be left off IMO.</div>

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</div>Ah I see thank you.
 
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