How doess bus width affect the speed of a computer system
Dictates the amount of data that flows from the CPU to the Ram modules. Basically dictates the ability to run a number of memory intensive tasks at the same time.
Think of the bus width of a computer as a motorway or freeway, the more lanes there are the quicker the traffic gets through, if you have a small bus width the bigger the chance of congestion and data bottlenecking, thus slower computer.
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