FSB is quad pumped, so a 1333 FSB = 1333 / 4 = 333.25
DDR2 is double data rate, so DDR2 667 = 667 / 2 = 333.5
(This example would be a 1:1 FSB-RAM ratio)
The Multiplier is Clockspeed divided by the FSB . A 3.0GHz CPU with a 333MHz FSB would have a multiplier of 9 (3000 MHz / 333 Mhz = 9). Therefore, a 400Mhz FSB with a 3.6GHz clockspeed would have a (3600 / 400 = 9) multiplier as well.
I kinda know that already lol
My question was, why quad pump? What's the point of quadpumping? Is it just to make intel look good with higher numbers?
And about the dividers, we've all got 1:1, but what determines all the other dividers and stuff? Sometimes they're not available when I need them