Re: question about choosing a mobo and FSB
FSB is Front-side Bus. It is basically where your clock speed power is coming from. For example the real FSB is how you obtain your clock speed. An E6320 has a FSB of 266 and has a multiplier of 7 to get 1.86ghz. The FSB that motherboards state is just the FSB quad pumped. So 266x4=1066 FSB on the board.
The new chips that are suposed to come out will have a FSB of 333 to and thats where the board with the high FSB you see is.
If you are planning on getting a C2D just make sure the motherboard reads 1066 FSB as thats what stock it runs on...after overclocking you can get it over the 2000's.
Just go with the very last one the 965P.
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