what is the difference/similarity between FSB, Bus Speed, n HTX?
i always think they mean the same thing, but their not, though i only know that FSB helps manages the clock frequencies in CPUs or something like that. Bus speed, to my knowledge, somehow gathers a huge sum of data to transfer from the CPU to the whole mobo in clock frequencies, reason this is a biggy for AMD CPUs. This also sounds similar to the how HTX *Hyper Transport Expansion* works too.
well, that's what i know, feel free to correct me for i have a attention span of pure stupidity on how this works X-D, really im just confused, even though i checked on wikipedia.org, bus speed is probably the only one i know more about.
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