Do all non-computable functions grow faster than computable functions?

In *Does the Busy Beaver function grow faster than the Tree function?*, the informal proof hinges on non-computable functions such as Busy Beaver growing faster than computable ones such as TREE. *Is this necessarily given?* For example, a trivially non-computable function which grows slower than TREE would be the sum of reciprocals of Busy Beaver: $$\sum_{i=1}^n\frac{1}{BB(n)}$$