that is labeled wrong though...A64 do not have a "FSB" like the other AMD's. they have HTT which is totally different technology, i've been told this like 50X now from other people lmao.
"Technically speaking, there is no FSB on A64 systems. FSB is a bus that allows the CPU to communicate with system memory. A64 systems use a different type of connection called HyperTransport. It's a point-to-point link. The term HTT is used to described the connection speed. This is roughly equivalent to FSB but not the same thing."
i might seem picky...but if you were to tell AMD that you A64 had a FSB...they would correct you because FSB is an old A32 term.
Originally posted by gaara
All Athlon 64s on socket 939 have 1000mhz FSB...
its 1000, 1600, 2000 yes...but the term is HTT, not FSB. its 1000MHz HTT technically. don;t mean to sound annoying abotu this...but if we are ever going to get out of the A32 world we gotta stop using old terms. in a way it's like calling PCI, AGP...they are almostthe same really..but entirely different technologies and speeds.