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Old 30th July, 2004, 11:43 PM
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clarification of divider/memory speeds on EP-8KDA3+

I was just wondering if someone could clarify how the divider works for memory speed.

I have 100 (I think), 133,166 and 200 in my memory speed settings, So if I'm running at 200FSB then is 200=1/1, 166= 5/6, 133= 2/3 and 100= 1/2.

So I gather as I increase the FSB, these increase to maintain the ratios?

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Old 31st July, 2004, 09:16 AM
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Unfortunately not!

The memory clock is derived from a divisor of the overall CPU speed based upon the maximum memory clock setting.

So if memory clock maximum is set for 166MHz, multiplier is set for 9x and HTT is at 4x and running 275MHz, the memory will run at 1/11 of the overall CPU speed. You can't make a great deal of sense of it, but you just have to sort of make changes and observe.
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