Cannot give you definitive answer, but feeling "somebody reads and is interested". Educated guess from some years graphics card development + driver writing: Everything is possible. Even if a data sheet states there is no relation between two frequencies, but in reality data has to be passed between the 2 domains, depending on quality of implementation there might be unexpected practical limits (like one must be at least 2.5 of another).
I would say: Assume G.F. limits LVDS.
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