I am trying to design PCB with 85 MHz signal traces between IC and connector (the FPGA board will be connected to this connector). This connection contains 28 data signals and one clock signal. I wonder if in this case I should try to match the length of the signal paths or rather leave them as you can see in the first picture.
Without matching, the longest path is currently ~50 mm and the shortest ~15 mm. Of course, I can bring the connector closer to the IC, but at the moment I have left some room to try and match the length. However, I think the ratio between the shortest and the longest will always be at least 1:2.
With this number of connections it's a bit difficult to fit these curved tracks, but I can try. If all the paths could finally be matched to one another, the connector would be moved away from the IC, can such unusual paths have any negative impact on the project?