I have read somewhere that we can calculate the bandwidth for a ram like this. Assuming the ram clocks at 1600 MHz without dual-channel, the bandwidth is 1600 MHz * 64 bits = 102400 Mbit/s, which as I understand means the ram is able to transfer data at a speed of 102400 Mbit/s at its peak performance.
Similarly, can we calculate the bandwidth for a CPU? Assuming a 64-bit dual-core CPU with clock speed 1.8 GHz, can we calculate the bandwidth as 1.8 GHz * 64 bits * 2 cores = 230.4 Gbits/s? I tend to think this CPU is able to process data capped at a speed of 230.4 Gbits/s.
However, when I google the term "cpu bandwidth", I actually didn't find one definition. So can we calculate the bandwidth for a CPU? If not, why the bandwidth concept is not applicable to CPU?