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padib said:
Pemalite said:

You can on a closed design.

With the current Nintendo Switch people have managed to push the DRAM speed from 1600Mhz to 1900Mhz-2000Mhz.
That takes the bandwidth from 25.6GB/s to 32GB/s.

The same fundamental electrical design concepts that apply to PC, apply to Consoles.

Again you're changing the topic alot, you were talking about changing mem cards, now you're talking about changing the settings on the bios level. Two different things. But fair if you can change the RAM bandwidth on the Switch, I won't argue. My point was that on a closed design the physical memory is fixed.

What are you on about? You said you cannot "change the bandwidth in a closed design". - And that is a blatant lie.

The Switch also has different Ram states... Where the Ram will operate at either 1333mhz or 1600mhz. Which removes any user-level interference, overclocking or modification.

In a closed design physical memory is not always fixed.

On the Nintendo 64 you could add more Ram via the expansion pack as another example.

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