Stupid amd fsb rubbish is confusing and cpu-z being unhelpful. I realise AMD use some hyper transport system instead, but when cpu-z tells me it has 1ghz HT links, I have no idea what that really means. Core bus speed is 200mhz though. I just dunno how to read this stuff I guess, how to convert the 1ghz HT link to whatever its supposed to be to be useful for calculating for RAM.
Afaik, its running at 200mhz, effective 400mhz.
I have a 2gb stick of ddr2 6400 ram, which is supposed to be 800mhz effective? But from what I can tell the processor is reducing that to 400mhz.
Regardless of any of this, cpu-z claims my memory is running at 373 mhz, which sounds rather random to me.
Hi, although a bit of googling would tell you everything that you need to know.
The Hyper transport takes a base clock and uses a multiplier, in this case 5.
The ram however is not running at the correct speed, as suggested above you will need to set it correctly in the BIOS. It could be a faulty SPD falsely reporting the defautls to the BIOS or something else.