So explain to me how increasing the HTT will increase the RAM!?!?
Looks like Ranger just explained it. So it is you sir, who is mistaken.
The CPU IS
what I'm talking about and so is Ranger, SanToast.
If we were talking about a Socket A system we would say, Raise the FSB from 200 to 220, same thing applies here except, as we know, it's not the FSB now is it.
This is the HTT we are raising here, more specifically the CPUs clock, but as I said, he knows exactly what I'm talking about, and I know what he's talking about. In some mobos I've seen HTT labeled twice, once for the multiplier of 4x or 5x to give the overal system HTT, and one for the CPU Clock.
So you are basically repeating what I've already said and then somehow saying I'm wrong.
READ the thing for goodness sake.
You're argueing over what we're already talking about.
Calm yourself and get your crap inline, as clearly he's talking about raising something from 200 and currently had it at 223, so what else do you think he was talking about there huh? And the fact I was going along with what he was talking about, and now you're ranting and raving over nothing besides what I already told him.
If you want to get REAL technical about it, then you would say 'Raise the external clock' but since I was telling what he needs to raise in accordance to his BIOS and telling him in terms he'd recognize to raise, see right when he says this "When I increase my FSB wich is the htt on 64 bit cpu's it automaticly increases the ram clock acourdingly ", yeah so when I was saying "Raise the HTT" he knew what I was talking about.
So get over yourself already. For the last time, I know what I'm talking about