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Old 10-04-2009, 11:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hello from what i understand my computer chip is rated for 800MHz FSB i have a pentium(R) 4 3.2MHz
in CPU-Z it says my rated FSB is 800Mhz but the bus speed itself is 200Mhz, Is this accurate ?

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your bus being set at 200 means that you are using an x16 multiplier to get your speed at 3.2 Ghz or 3200mhz.

Intel uses quad pumping or 4 transfers per cycle. So 200mhz x 4 = 800mhz FSB.
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